Data Strategist

Job Title: Data Strategist Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Manchester Industry: Marketing
Salary: £28,000 - £35,000 Start Date: Not specified
REF: PD1989 Job Published: 11 days ago

job description

Working for one of the North West’s fastest growing online fashion brands, the Data Strategist will be responsible for reporting back on the impact of marketing activities and making future recommendations based on results.
Working with the Data Analysts, you will use your sound commercial thinking to best measure and present the success of the company’s marketing activity, optimise future campaigns and improve the customer’s online journey. You will take briefs from the Head of eCommerce to deliver actionable insight to support business objectives - essentially you will be the bridging point between the data science team and the marketing team.

As Data Strategist you will also present daily and weekly analysis and commentary on website performance, user behaviour, funnel reporting, continuously identifying opportunities for further optimisation

To be considered you will have a proven track record of using a range of web analytics and data visualisation packages, in particular Google Analytics and Faststats. Having worked as part of a data team before, you will have a good understanding and passion for online marketing. Previous experience of working with front-end developers and UX professionals as part of a wider data product team is also desirable.

And of course, excellent written and verbal communication skills are a must!


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