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Digital Marketing Specialist (Analytics, Tracking and User Experience)

Location: Homer Road, Solihull

Business area: External Relations

Date posted: 2017-09-15

Brief description

An exciting new role in a growing Digital Team, working closely with the multiple departments to identify and implement tracking, measurement and analysis requirements and then reporting on performance.

We need someone who lives and breathes analysis and insight with extensive experience of Google Tag Manager, Google Analytics and Web User Experience tools such as Hotjar and Visual Web Optimiser (VWO). Is this you?

Purpose of the role

As champion for digital insight across the business, you will constantly strive for new and innovative ways to use data to enhance customer experience, drive growth and customer retention. It’s a lively, fast-moving environment where every day offers new challenges and opportunities where personal initiative is encouraged and recognised.

Duties & responsibilities

  • Management of Google Tag Manager across multiple web properties and setup of Google Analytics accounts, including floodlight, event and e-commerce tracking for marketing activity
  • Analyse user experience via heatmaps, web polls, web session recordings, A/B tests etc. and make recommendations
  • Analyse online user behaviour, conversion data and customer journeys/funnel analysis and multi-channel attribution for multiple products (B2C and B2B), reporting on key metrics, interpreting trends and providing actionable insights 
  • Setting up new Google Analytics properties, including custom filters, views and segments, custom channels
  • Manage and execute a variety of analytics requests including: paid marketing traffic and behavior; site conversions and purchase funnels from marketing and other operational departments
  • Routinely measure and monitor web traffic, campaign performance and tracking across multiple channels and customer touchpoints
  • Training, coaching and guiding team members in how to track measure and analyse campaign activity
  • Work closely with the Digital Marketing and Digital Design Managers to explore new strategies sell the benefits of digital activity to senior management
  • Keep abreast of digital developments in analytics, SEO, paid search, display, re-targeting, email marketing, affiliate marketing, social, conversion optimisation & inbound marketing, ensuring that we are able to act as an expert reference point

Skills

  • Advanced expertise in Google Tag Manager, Google Analytics, including A/B testing tools such as Hotjar and VWO, AdWords, DoubleClick, User Experience and SEO tools
  • Highly developed analytical and insight skills, strong experience in using digital/web analytics tools and ideally a broad understanding of the wider digital function eg. optimisation, UX, marketing, content
  • Competent in the latest tagging best practices and online funnel management
  • Strong communication and presentation skills and be able to articulate data into meaningful insights and recommendations for non-technical team members and key stakeholders
  • Commercially aware with strong administration and organisational skills
  • Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office and understanding of major operating systems and browsers
  • Good eye for detail, naturally innovative, inquisitive, articulate and enjoy working in a dynamic team environment

Qualifications and experience

Degree level or recognised Digital Marketing qualification. Minimum of 5 years’ digital experience, ideally in a regulated financial services environment. At least 3 years' experience in web based insight and tracking platforms and at least 2 years' experience in managing and analysing marketing attribution.

Working hours

37.5 hours per week, Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 5.00pm (one hour for lunch).

Training

Relevant training will be provided.

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