Ecommerce Manager

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Negotiable

Permanent

Description

Do you enjoy working in the fast world of retail as a Ecommerce Manager?

Have you got experience working in a trading Ecommerce role?

Well, Zachary Daniels is working with a fabulous retailer based in Manchester that is looking for you!

The Ecommerce Manager will manage the look feel of the ecommerce site, ensuring UX, products and content are optimised.

As the Ecommerce Manager you'll:

Manage all online merchandising of the site
Have a customer centric mindset, be able to understand customer behaviours, analyse customer data to improve site stats
Improve UX and identify opportunities to improve
Build and manage A/B and MV testing
Have a commercial mindset, constantly doing competitor analysis to make relevant improvements and identify opportunities to grow

Experience in Magento 1/2 and GA is HIGHLY need.

This ecommerce team are dedicated and results driven, to succeed in this business you'll have to be hands on and can work in a fast paced and demanding environment.

If you have a customer centric mindset, great with data/analytics and genuinely enjoy working in ecommerce this could be a great role for you.

Experience in fashion/ecommerce/retail is highly needed! Or experience working in a start-up in a similar role would be great!

Offering a salary 40-50k DOE and other benefits. Working in the office is preferred, based in South Manchester.

If you have the skills and drive, send your CV over to be considered for this fantastic opportunity
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  • Permanent
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