SENIOR WEB ANALYST

Stockholm
650000kr - 800000kr per annum + BONUS

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SENIOR WEB ANALYST

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

STOCKHOLM

 

Join a dedicated business intelligence team as one of their Senior Web Analysts to empower and deliver the ultimate user experience through intelligent data interpretation.

 

THE COMPANY:

The business is investing heavily in data and analytics and have a mature technology-focused culture with a Hadoop-based data lake to be implemented this year. The Stockholm-office is the company's product development hub and will offer a fast phased and creative environment.


THE ROLE:

  • Work closely with the User Experience (UX) team to help define KPI's that both measures company success and improvement opportunities
  • Perform complex customer insight analysis on large data sets
  • Own all Google Analytics platforms and be a super-user
  • Identify areas optimisation on new development opportunities
  • Collaborate with data science team on User Experience (UX) research
  • Build and maintain dashboards and reports
  • Closely collaborate and share valuable information with stakeholders


YOUR SKILLS AND BACKGROUND:

  • Advanced experience with Google Analytics
  • Experience with online experiments such as A/B testing
  • Excellent analytical skills and a proven track record of driving change through business intelligence
  • Good knowledge of user-centered design principles, information, and visual design best practices
  • Understanding target audiences' needs, motivations, and goals
  • Understanding and exposure to HTML and CSS
  • UX data analysis and optimisation experience in a complex e-commerce environment
  • Knowledge of SQL and databases are meriting


BENEFITS:

Competitive salary up to 800,000 SEK as well as a bonus and other company benefits

 

HOW TO APPLY?

Click "Apply"- button to send your application to Sabrina Bjørnstad

 

KEYWORDS:

Digital, Customer Acquisition, eCommerece, Online, Retail, Cloud Platform, Business Intelligence, Modelling, Analysis, Analytics, Stockholm, Sweden, Scandinavia, Data Analytics, Data Science, Data Scientist, Programming, Algorithms, Statistics, Econometrics, Customer, Retail, Digital, Communication, Insight Analyst, Big Data

 

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Stockholm
650000kr - 800000kr per annum + BONUS

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