Digital Analytics Manager

New York
US$115000 - US$125000 per annum

Digital Analytics Manager

New York, NY

$115,000 - $125,000

Do you love web analytics, leading teams, and strategizing its next steps? This is an opportunity for you, an experienced manager to lead the customer & digital analytics team focused on day-to-day analytics and insights using analytics tools including but not limited to: Google Analytics, Adobe Analytics, Google Tag Manager, Adobe Launch, Adobe DTM, SQL, and Tableau.

The Company

A luxury brand with over 300 retail locations across the US, working from its NYC headquarters.

The Role

Reporting to the Senior Director, as a Manager you will manage and empower the customer & digital analytics team. You will work with digital analytics tools including Google Analytics, Adobe Analytics, Google Tag Manager, Adobe Launch, Adobe DTM, SQL, and Tableau, to lead a team and serve as a consultant on the company's analytics success. This will consist of leading the strategic and technical direction crucial to US growth - you play a fundamental part in advising customer and digital analytics specialists and the team's culture.

In particular, you can expect to:

  • Define KPIs, measurement methodology, and growing data sources to improve customer experience and answer key business questions
  • Determine long-term road-map for development by contributing key organizational data and analytics projects
  • Lead the team responsible for providing data driven insights & optimization recommendations of digital campaigns and company website around marketing and web analytics

Your Skills and Experience

  • Bachelor's Degree required, Master's degree is highly preferable
  • Team player, ability to work with a diverse set of professionals
  • Extensive experience with web analytics tools (including Google Analytics, Adobe Analytics, Google Tag Manager, Adobe Launch, Adobe DTM, SQL, and Tableau) and tag managers; knowledge of JavaScript & Data layer management a plus
  • Knowledge of statistical methodologies
  • Experience working with large data sets

Salary and Benefits

The successful candidate will secure a salary of $115,000 - $125,000 commensurate to experience

How to Apply

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Keywords

SQL, Adobe Analytics, Google analytics, Media, Publishing, web analytics, Digital Marketing, Analytics Manager Insight, Digital, Tableau, Sitecatalyst, Omniture, Conversion Optimization, agency, client, digital analytics, web analyst, digital analyst, digital marketing analyst, eCommerce

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