E-Commerce Manager

Quarsh ltd
11 May 2017
10 Jun 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Are analytics your thing? Do you love poring over website traffic data and coming up with patterns? We’d love to talk to you.

Our client is a rapidly growing business. They know that’s a term that gets bandied about a lot, but hear us out. Three years ago, they were just a thought. Now, they’re distributing branded cosmetics onto the shelves of some of the best-known retailers on the continent, and they’re picking up new products all the time. That’s great, but they’re planning on so much more.

They’ve developed a website, designed to look and feel different in every country, with relevant events and marketing programmes to suit each country’s consumers. They have a logistics network that covers Europe. They’re developing our own brands, as well as supporting others.

They need you to underpin our e-commerce strategy, sitting at the centre of our European projects. Here’s a snapshot of what you’ll be doing:

  • Working with the CEO and the team developing all the online aspects of the business
  • Manage the web development agency and website CMS
  • Manage country e-commerce managers
  • Manage Media, PPC, SEO, affiliates and social media
  • Oversee product listings and marketing activity, and analyse performance
  • Analyse product sales, margin, costs and channel performance to deliver optimum profitability
  • Manage eBay, Amazon and other European marketplace accounts

Their CEO is a visionary, a true innovator; he knows just enough to be dangerous about e-marketing, and he knows what we’re capable of doing. He needs you as his right hand. He’ll listen to your findings, pay close attention to your ideas and make your plans happen. You’ll take us through the early days of understanding how our website is performing to being market leaders across Europe in our category.

So our question is simple - do you want to be part of this? Start-ups are hard work. They all need to do long hours occasionally, and sometimes you’ll be poring over website analytics on a Sunday morning as you can’t wait for Monday to find out how a campaign has gone. You’ll also be part of a very quick growth story that will form a fundamental part of your career, something you’ll look back on with pride, and will ruin you forever for the big corporates. In comparison, they’ll seem very staid.

You’ve probably worked in digital marketing for a couple of years, and you may even have gone through a big company graduate training programme. You know your way around data - not just what it says, but what it means. Most importantly, you’re looking for something exciting.

Please get in touch and let’s talk about your future with us.