Bubble Wrap-Up: Top 5 Web Analytics & Digital Analyst Jobs – August 2013

By Amy @BubbleJobs

As you know, every Sunday we like to dive into the world of digital jobs and shine the spotlight on some of the hottest jobs on Bubble to make sure you don’t miss out!

This week, it’s all been about web analytics and digital analyst jobs – be warned though, some of these vacancies expire in the next week or so so you might not want to hang around for too long before you get your application in!

Don’t forget; these are just a handful of the best web analytics jobs and data analytics jobs on the site right now – visit Bubble to check out the rest!

matches blog 2First up this week, MATCHESFASHION.COM are searching for an eCommerce Analyst to join their team in Central London. Responsible for providing reporting and multivariate testing and recommendations to improve and optimise flow and conversion, you’ll collaborate with all business areas to deliver and measure impactiful eCommerce product initiatives. Key responsibilities include setting up reporting and dashboards for key eCommerce customer journeys (including acquisition, CRM and cross-selling), conducting analysis of complex data sets, setting up and running optimisation tests and performing ad-hoc analysis of customer engagement initiatives. Sound good? The right candidate will have a minimum 2:1 degree, extensive experience of Google Analytics and Microsoft Office and an excellent understanding of data mining. They’ll also need to have knowledge and experience of data visualisation techniques, strong communication skills and an understanding of online, email and direct marketing channels.

sporting index blog2Next up, Sporting Index are searching for a Digital Analyst to join their marketing team in London. Responsible for analysing, tracking and making improvement recommendations to dektop and mobile sites, you’ll be the ambassador, champion and innovator of digital analytics across the company. The main aim of this role is to improve efficiency in digital marketing strategies and increase ROI so you’ll be doing everything from identifying customer drop offs and liaising with CRM teams to tracking the behaviour of customer journeys and producing and delivering regular performance reports with actionable insights. Interested? You’ll need to have solid experience in providing web and mobile analysis, strong Google Analytics and Excel skills, including complex formulas and pivot tables, and experience of working in a marketing/business analysis environment. You’ll also need to have strong all-round technical awareness (including cookie tracking techniques, HTML and CSS), experience of measuring and analysing online campaigns and a meticulous attention to detail.

Accenture1Next up, Accenture are looking for a team of junior to mid-level Technology Consultants to join their business in London, Manchester and Edinburgh. Working at the heart of business and technology, you’ll lead complex projects and create ground-breaking solutions for some of the world’ biggest organisations. Intrigued? Places are currently available in six teams – SAP, Finance & Risk, eCommerce, IT Strategy & Security, SaaS and Web, Digital & Analytics. The right candidates for these vacancies will be passionate about the business value of Accenture’s technology, be raring to test and apply their knowledge and will have delivered at least one technology-focused project to date. It’s worth pointing out that although industry-experienced candidates will be considered, some technology consulting experience is preferable.

OPMLogo1Next up, OPM Response are searching for a Social Gaming Analyst to join a major Social Games Studio based in Central London. Working with gaming operations, you’ll closely monitor game monetisation and player engagement and you’ll assist in analysis to develop behavioural player models. Other responsibilities include using a data driven approach in working with product managers to implement game features and content and working with the Retention and Acquisition Analysts to optimise their strategies. To stand a chance of bagging this job you’ll need to have strong Excel skills, a knowledge of SQL, an interest in gaming and/or online gaming and strong analytical capabilities.

arm-logo-Last but not least this week, ARM are searching for a Global eCommerce Analytics Manager to join a large scale eCommerce retailer. Based in Leeds, you’ll use relevant methodologies to identify opportunities to improve online performance (conversion, AOV etc) across things like site functionality, online proposition and the digital marketing mix. You’ll also manage a team of analysts that support the European business and you’ll provide on-demand analysis and reports for digital and multi-channel marketing performance. What’s more, you’ll also work to develop the expertise and exploit the existing analytics tools to deliver eCommerce targets to budget. Sound like your cup of tea? The right candidate will have a strong background in web/online analytics with a good understanding of website metrics, data analysis, behavioural analysis and reporting tools. They’ll also need have a strong in-depth knowledge of web analytics and measurement tools like Tealeaf and Omniture and a genuine interest in the Web Analytics community.

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