Published on December 14th, 2012 | by Amy Edwards0
Bubble Wrap-Up: Top 5 Web Analyst Jobs
By Amy @BubbleJobs
The Christmas do is just around the corner (well, ours is anyway!), you’re over half way through your advent calendar and you’re counting down the days until you can wave adios to the office, put on your Christmas jumper and drink and eat to excess on the big day…. yes, we know you’re excited about Christmas (and so are we!) but there are still amazing jobs up for grabs in the digital sector and we don’t want you to miss out!
Speaking of which… this week we’ve decided to focus our Wrap-Up on the latest Web Analyst jobs. From Conversion Rate Analysts to Customer Experience Analysts, we’ve got Web Analyst jobs from all over the sector of our jobs board right now – and some of them have got deadlines to apply which are coming around pretty quickly! Take a look today to ensure you don’t miss out!
At the top of the pile, our friends at Latitude Digital Marketing are looking for a talented Conversion Optimisation Analyst to join their Conversion Analytics team. Based in London and working for one of Europe’s most highly decorated web analytics teams, the successful candidate will support and ultimately manage Latitude’s Conversion Rate Optimisation service “The Conversion Project”. Key responsibilities include identifying website weaknesses or conversion “bottlenecks” through web analytics, helping to articulate test ideas and theories via new webpage mock-ups, managing and developing relationships with suppliers and creating case studies based on successful conversion projects. Sound good? The ideal candidate will have at least one year’s experience working on the creation, optimisation and management of landing pages, along with 18 months’ experience using web analytics tools (Omniture Site Catalyst or Google Analytics) and experience with CRO platforms such as Google Analytics Experiments and Visual Website Optimiser. Personality-wise, the candidate that bags this vacancy will be creative, innovative and brimming with ideas.
Next up, the team at B&Q are searching for a Customer Data Analyst – Customer Behaviour to join their team in Hampshire. Working as part of the Analytics team, the right candidate will apply analytical and statistical methodologies and processes to elicit customer insight from customer data, identify and ensure all relevant customer data is incorporated into analysis and apply an understanding of the business dynamics and drivers to ensure insight is actionable. Other key tasks include managing relationships with key stakeholders to prioritise workloads according to customer impact and working with other teams within the Insight team to produce final results and recommendations. Sound like your cup of tea? To be in the running you’ll need experience of interrogating large databases using specialist tools (SPSS, SAS), a relevant degree (eg. Mathematics or Operational Statistics) and a proven ability to investigate, evaluate and analyse information. Strong IT skills are also essential as is strong Microsoft Excel application knowledge, commercial awareness, a strong eye for detail and an innate passion and curiosity for understanding and investiagting customer behaviour.
In third place this week, Consortia are looking for a SAS Marketing Insight Analyst to join a growing marketing firm in Bath. If you have a solid background in SAS and like the sound of working in a relaxed environment where you can wear what you want to work, this could be the vacancy for you. Working with a number of clients in the charity sector, the successful candidate will attend new business meetings and help current clients to devise technical plans to streamine their marketing processes. Sound good? The right candidate for this role will have strong SAS or SPSS skills and will be able to competently think on their feet and come up with solutions for customers. Other essential attributes include experience in putting project plans together quickly, being able to work to tight deadlines and being able to work with a variety of end users to ensure technical compatibility and user satisfaction. Prior experience of email marketing or working in the charity sector would also win you extra brownie points!
Last but not least, Salt are looking for a Senior Web Analyst to join a leading agency in the City of London. Working for an agency leader specialising in improving clients’ digital performance, the successful candidate will be responsible for building a leading a small team, helping clients to define web channel goals and key drivers and defining A/B/MVT test scenarios and success metrics. Other responsibilities include analysing web analytics data along with other on and offline data to evaluate site performance and creating and delivering custom Scorecards based on site goals to measure site performance. Intrigued? The ideal candidate for this particular role will have experience or A/B or multivariate testing tools, data skills and experience and a strong web strategy background of at least three years. Other essential attributes include experience of managing a team, knowledge of Omniture, HBX, WebTrends and Google Analytics and an MBA or equivalent business experience.