Senior Implementation Specialist
London / £50000 - £60000
£50000 - £60000
SENIOR IMPLEMENTATION SPECIALIST
£45,000 - £55,000 + BONUS
LONDON - 3 DAYS IN OFFICE
Are you an implementation specialist? This company needs you!
One of the biggest UK airlines is looking to expand its Digital Analytics team after bouncing back post-pandemic.
The core focus is all things implementation - including server-side tagging and implementing tags on the new website across all customer journeys. It's a very hands-on role, so you'll be expected to jump straight in.
SKILLS + EXPERIENCE
- Expert-level Adobe Analytics skills
- Adobe Launch experience
- Strong experience with Ensighten or similar tools
- Adobe Experience Platform knowledge advantageous
HOW TO APPLY
If this sounds like the role for you, swiftly send over your CV to Izzi at Harnham by using the link below.
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