Director, Web Analytics

Los Angeles, California
US$120000 - US$130000 per year

Director, Web Analytics

Los Angeles, CA

$120-130k

About the Company

  • An independent, digitally focused marketing agency.
  • Working with a diverse range of clients at a national-level, across eCommerce, entertainment, hospitality and a number of other verticals.
  • Dedicated to staying ahead of the curve for their analytics and technology capabilities.
  • Headquartered in El Segundo, Los Angeles.

About the Role

  • Take the strategic oversight for a number of enterprise-level clients in their website optimization.
  • Lead a team of experienced Web Analytics managers, assisting with client relations, account strategy and technical development.
  • Drive process improvement within the department, establishing and refining best practices.
  • Collaborate with media, account and creative teams to determine the best course of action for clients.

Desired Skills and Qualifications

  • Expert knowledge of Google Analytics and Adobe Analytics.
  • Strong client-facing experience, and ability to guide overall accountstrategy and developing services provided.
  • Experienced managing a digital analytics team, guiding strategy, training, and development.
  • Knowledge of the wider digital media space, including search, social, display and programmatic channels.
  • Strong knowledge of a data visualization tool, e.g. Tableau, DataStudio, PowerBI etc.

Benefits

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

How to apply

Click reply or send an email attaching your CV.

Keywords

Digital Analytics, Web Analytics, Google Analytics, Adobe Analytics, Tag Manager, Tag Management, Ad Agency, Website, Site Analytics, Click Through, CTR, Digital Media, Digital MArketing, Search, Social, Display, Programmatic.

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