Web Analyst

Think IT Recruitment Ltd
United Kingdom
£40000.00 pa + Benefits
09 Oct 2017
08 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Web Analyst Web Analyst being sought by FTSE100 company undergoing the biggest digital transformation of their history. Present in over 30 countries across the five continents, this company is undergoing a head-to-toe transformation led by a Vice President of Digital Analytics who is no stranger to headlining Global Digital Transformation exhibitions and conferences. As a Web Analyst, you'd be joining an award-winning team in full growth, and benefit from the state-of-the-art, brand new offices in King's Cross, while working for a company that last year had over £1bn in revenue. The successful Web Analyst will have solid technical skills (JavaScript, HTML, API, RegEx, jQuery and JSON) as well as a basic understanding of Digital Analytics. The Web Analyst's responsibilities: - Supporting the development of digital analytics technologies, focussing on the enrichment of the Adobe Analytics data, Adobe Marketing Cloud integrations and third-party tags; - Developing end-to-end data requirements, working closely with customers such as Digital Experience and Agile teams to develop and translate insight requirements into detailed technical specifications; - Building and developing the code that captures key interactions between customers, and digital platforms and digital touchpoints; - Regularly using JavaScript, HTML, API (SOAP & REST), RegEx, jQuery and JSON - Managing and developing our tag testing and governance programme using tools such as ObservePoint; - Ensuring data integrity and documentation of tagging standards. This is a truly unique opportunity to join one of the most exciting projects currently happening in the UK's digital sphere. If you would like more information about this position, including a full job specification, please contact me, Cristina Garcia de Prado directly for a discreet chat. Think IT Recruitment is acting as an employment agency for this role under UK Government regulations CEAEBR 2003.
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