CRM ANALYST CONFIRMÉ

Paris, Île-de-France
€50000 - €55000 per annum

CRM ANALYST CONFIRMÉ (H/F)
PARIS, France (75)
50K
- 55K/an

La relation client n'a plus de secret pour vous ? Cette société recherche un CRM Analyst Confirmé pour l'accompagner dans ses nouveaux projets data. Si vous êtes passionné par tous les aspects de la relation client, ce poste est fait pour vous !

LA SOCIÉTÉ

Une société spécialisée dans le e-commerce recherche son futur CRM Analyst Confirmé afin de l'accompagner dans son projet de transformation digitale. Leader européen dans son domaine, elle compte bien le rester et conquérir de nouveaux territoires !

LE RÔLE

Sous la responsabilité du Directeur Marketing en tant que CRM Analyst Confirmé, vous aurez pour missions :

  • D'assurer la bonne gestion du CRM et de ses outils afférents
  • L'analyse des bases de données clients et prospects
  • Le développement de stratégies et recommandations
  • La mise en place et le suivi de KPIs
  • La réduction des coûts d'acquisition, de fidélisation et rétention

VOTRE PROFIL

  • Bac +5 en informatique, statistiques ou mathématiques
  • Une solide expérience de minimum 3 ans en tant que CRM Analyst
  • Maîtrise des outils et langages informatiques tels que Salesforce, Excel et Marketo
  • Bon niveau d'anglais

POUR POSTULER

Si vous êtes intéressé, merci de faire part de votre CV à Maria Cvitkovic.

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