Director, Testing & Optimization

Los Angeles, California
US$170000 - US$180000 per year

Director, Testing & Optimization

Los Angeles, CA

$170-180k

About the Company

  • A globally reaching retail holding company encompassing a number a well-known brands.
  • Multi-billion dollar annual revenue, with stores across the globe.
  • Undergoing a digital revolution to bring their brands to the forefront of the ecommerce market.

About the Role

  • Manage testing and optimization across multiple facets of the organization, from marketing to merchandising and conducting a range of online and offline tests.
  • Own the end-to-end testing life cycle, from implementation through to analysis and producing optimizations and recommendations.
  • Identify new opportunities to implement tests, and drive data-driven decision making through all brands and departments.
  • Feedback directly to C-level executives and business executives.

Desired Skills and Qualifications

  • Experienced in APT (Applied Predictive Technologies) software.
  • Applied knowledge of online and offline testing techniques.
  • Strong technical skills, with expert knowledge in R, Python, SQL and data visualization tools such as Tableau or Looker.
  • Strong statistical background.
  • Able to clearly articulate findings and translate into actionable optimizations that can be made to the business.
  • Experience in retail or ecommerce environments preferable.

Benefits

  • Competitive 401K
  • 100% Coverage on Healthcare - medical, dental, vision
  • Other competitive benefits

How to apply

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Keywords

Retail, Testing, Experimentation, Optimization, APT, Applied Predictive Technologies, AB Testing, SQL, R, Python, Tableau, Looker, PowerBI, Data Studio, online, Offline, ecommerce, San Francisco, CA, California.

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