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Senior Digital Analyst
$70,000 - $90,000
This is a brand-new opportunity for Digital Analyst who's hungry for more depth in the data they work with. The company's analytics team has grown 100% since last year, and will grow by 100% again in 2018. You could be broadening your skillset across new digital marketing channels (paid media, display, video), and making high level data recommendations to blue chip brands. The company are a world leading, integrated digital agency, who've adopted data-driven methodologies in delivering 'out of the box' digital performance marketing strategies for clients. They've attracted top tier brands across all verticals from travel to technology. If you're a Digital Analyst with strong Tableau experience seeking a client facing, strategy focused role, this could be perfect for you!
Your day will never be the same as the last. You will be passionate about telling stories through data, and working hands on with a variety of web analytics and digital analytics tools (such as Google Analytics/Adobe Analytics). The focus will be delivering data-driven, media performance insights to clients, building dashboards using Tableau, and web analytics responsibilities including user journey tracking and A/B testing! Your voice will be heard in making recommendations on digital campaigns performance and data strategy.
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The successful candidate will secure a salary of $70,000 - $90,000 and benefits depending on experience
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Google Analytics, Adobe Analytics, SQL, Python, Excel, MS Excel, Insight, insights, shopper, customer, analytics, technology, campaign, Tableau, CRM, database, acquisition, retention, marketing, digital, SEM, SEO, paid search, display, dashboard, Omniture, site catalyst, web analytics, CoreMetrics, webtrends, website, Google Tag Manager, Tag Manager, Dynamic Tag Manager, HTML, CSS, Java Script, Flash, JQuery
€40000 - €50000 per annum + Benefits
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We are thrilled to announce the launch of our 2019 UK, US and European Salary Guides. With over 3,000 respondents globally, this year’s guides are our largest and most insightful yet. Looking at your responses, it is overwhelmingly clear that the Data & Analytics industry is continuing to thrive. This has led to an incredibly active market with 77% of respondents in the UK and Europe, and 72% in the US, willing to leave their role for the right opportunity. Salary expectations remain high, although we’re seeing that candidates often expect 2-10% more than they actually achieve when moving between roles. Globally, we’ve also seen a change in the reasons people give for leaving a position, with a lack of career progression overtaking an uncompetitive salary as the main reason for seeking a change. There also remains plenty of room for industry improvement when looking at gender parity; the UK market is only 25% female and this falls to 23% in the US and 21% across the rest of Europe. In addition to our findings, the guides also include insights into a variety of markets and recommendations for both those hiring, and those seeking a new role. You can download your copies of the UK, US and European guides here.
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