Digital Analyst

Manchester, Greater Manchester
£20000 - £40000 per annum

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Digital Analyst
Manchester
Up to £40,000

This a fantastic opportunity for a Junior or mid-level Web Analyst with Google Analytics experience to make their next career move and join a niche agency in Manchester.

THE COMPANY

This agency is a specialist CRO and Web Analytics agency looking to expand massively over the coming year. They already offer expert training internally, have a generous training budget per employee and attend conferences/optimisation and analytics events all over the globe. As the Junior Web Analyst, you will work collaboratively and directly with the design team, project managers and developers, as well as CRO specialists so you can see the process of projects from start to finish. You'll report directly into the Head of Analytics and have senior analysts for support whilst improving your GA and GTM skills.

THE ROLE

* You will work on a variety of client projects with the overall aim of optimising their accounts
* You will collaborate with the Design team, Analysts, Account Managers, and Developers, working on projects collaboratively in order to get them completed efficiently to meet deadlines
* You will use Google Analytics to build reports and report on analysis
* You will conduct deep-dive analysis and create actionable insights for clients
* You will use Google Tag Manager to implement tags for tracking

YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

* Google Analytics experience preferred
* Adobe Analytics experience
* Experience using a CRO tool (Optimizely, Monetate, Adobe Test & Target, VWO etc)
* Proactive working-style
* Excellent communication skills

THE BENEFITS

* Up to £40,000 - experience dependent
* Benefits Package
* Training budget
* Flexible working

HOW TO APPLY

Please register your interest by sending your CV to Rosie O'Callaghan at Harnham via the apply link on this page

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