Digital Analytics Jobs, Staffing & Recruitment

What We Do

Our specialist knowledge of Data & Analytics enables us to specialize in supporting this rapidly growing marketplace.

Everything a consumer does online leaves a digital footprint. A footprint that if analyzed correctly can unlock some fascinating insights about consumer behavior. Applying those insights to future campaigns will result in a significant increase of conversions.

Harnham help make that reality by working with the best talent in the digital analytics market and marrying those individuals with exciting clients that can provide rewarding careers.

We’re aware that there is a growing demand to find experts in web analytics and digital media analytics. Having a deep understanding of how your digital marketing campaigns are performing across paid search, social media, SEO and programmatic display enables you to learn how your users are being directed to your website. Once onsite, you need to understand the user experience and customer flow.

More and more businesses are starting to think in an innovative manner about the web and how measuring and analyzing online activity can benefit the business.

HOW We Do IT

At Harnham, we believe we can only deliver an exceptional recruitment experience through understanding the clients and candidates we work with.

We help clients recruit the full remit of Digital skills from entry level Analysts through to Chief Analytics Officers that specialize in Web Analytics, Conversion Rate Optimization, Tag Implementation, Site Optimization, Personalization or Media Analytics. We understand the wide range of tools and specialist knowledge required to work within this continually evolving industry.

Our team is constantly developing our network of contacts to ensure that we have access to exciting roles and the most sought-after talent. Our knowledge of analytical and behavioral targeting tools enables us to tap into the top 1% of talent that isn’t actively looking but is highly proficient when it comes to Google or Adobe tech stack.

What sets us apart

Harnham work with a wide range of organizations including the world’s most recognizable brand names, VC funded start-ups and media agencies. Whatever your area of specialty within the digital analytics world, we have an opportunity to match you with.

Before pairing people with our clients, we take a time to understand both parties’ mentalities. By going beyond what’s on paper, we’re able to recommend professionals to companies that have a similar mindset, resulting in a far more lasting and enjoyable match.

Whether you’re searching for your next position or looking to hire a Google Analytics or Adobe Analytics expert, our specialist team can help your development in the Digital Analytics sector.

Latest Jobs

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€36000 - €45000 per annum

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Belfort, Franche-Comté

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En tant que Consultant SEO, vous interviendrez dans la gestion de projets grands comptes.

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€40000 - €50000 per annum

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Paris, Île-de-France

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Nouvelle opportunité de Digital Marketing Manager pour accompagner cette start-up basée dans le coeur de Paris sur des sujets Webmarketing.

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US$400 - US$560 per day

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San Francisco, California

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This leading design agency is building out their offerings to cover analytics.

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US$440 - US$520 per day

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San Francisco, California

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Become a digital optimization lead for this digital analytics consultancy.

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€30000 - €40000 per annum

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Paris, Île-de-France

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Cette société à l'esprit start-up recherche son CONSULTANT SOCIAL PAID ayant déjà géré des campagnes perf paid social.

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US$140000 - US$160000 per year

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Los Angeles, California

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A great opportunity to join an independent advertising agency based in LA that is looking for an analytics leader to join their 40+ data team.

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€40000 - €45000 per annum

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Strasbourg, Alsace

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Cette société recherche son Manager SEO pour accompagner des acteurs du e-commerce dans le développement de leur visibilité naturelle en ligne.

Harnham blog & news

With over 10 years experience working solely in the Data & Analytics sector our consultants are able to offer detailed insights into the industry.

Visit our Blogs & News portal or check out our recent posts below.

Through a Marketer’s Lens: Tracking Without Third-Party Cookies

Cookies are a sweet treat. A quick mid-day pick-me-up dipped in a glass of milk. They also leave crumbs. And it’s those crumbs which marketers and advertisers have followed to make and offer better products or services to you. The consumer.  Today’s consumers are savvier than ever before. Privacy laws, transparency, and consent management have all opened the door for the third-party cookie to be phased out.  What’s Changing? Third-party cookies are a bit of code which allow ads from outside the website you’re visiting. For example, if you’ve recently been looking for your next beach read, then move to another website about nature, you may wonder why you’re seeing ads for books. Third-party cookies allow tracking across websites. It’s the tracking across websites Google Chrome is focused on phaseing out. The problem? Marketers and Advertisers will have a more difficult time generating new leads and brand awareness. Google Chrome’s answer to the problem may be in a cohort of like-minded users. Ads won’t be as personalized or targeted, and brands won’t have direct access to the customer. But an algorithm will gather the Data, and unknown to the user, will group them as one type of persona. What’s Not Changing? First party cookies are still in business. Here are a few ways tracking won't change in the process: Click-through conversions and campaign performance are tracked by first-party cookies. This is the box you click ‘I agree’ or ‘Accept’ to allow brands to track how you use their website. This won’t change.When you’re searching for something on Google, Facebook, or Instagram, and ads relevant to what you’re searching for pop-up. These won’t change either. First-party cookies are direct from website, so this is still a viable marketing and adtech space. There’s a reason this phaseout is happening slowly. Marketers and Advertisers need time to review existing strategies and get creative crafting new strategies. Adblockers and browsers focused on privacy are gaining ground, yet Google still holds over 60% of market share when it comes to search engines. Consumers understand their Data is the heart of how brands can offer them the most targeted, personalized suggestions. But, privacy is also a big concern and with privacy laws worldwide, it’s time for browsers and brands to balance the two. What Does This Mean for AdTech? It may not be as dramatic a change as it portends, but the phaseout of third-party cookies is something for marketers and adtech to take seriously. If first-party cookies are those crumbs of code which can gather Data directly from users who use a particular website, then third-party cookies were those who might be scooped up by the wind and carried to other destinations. It’s that carried on the wind across other devices angle which is going away. While third-party cookies were a granular targeting of user interests by gathering Data such as demographics, location, and user interests, there are other ways to get the information without these bits of code.  The last 20 years or so have seen incredible growth in targeted marketing and when third-party cookies are obsolete, tracking won’t be the same. But then again, tracking Data was a new game 20 years ago, wasn’t it? We evolve. We adapt as things change.  Privacy, Consent Management, and Customer Trust Privacy laws, GDPR, first-party cookies, consent, and building and maintaining customer trust. These are the cornerstones of a robust marketing and advertising campaign moving forward. Most brands have plenty of Data already for their customers and coupled with some old-is-new-again strategies, it may be possible to create even more loyal customers. When you invest in the best interest of your customer and offer the right consent management solutions, your brand awareness becomes brand loyalty. Add assurance their Data is kept private and confidential through more robust security protocols, and listen to the customer. If you’re looking for your next role in Big Data, Analytics, Computer Vision, or Robotics, Harnham may have a role for you.  Check out our current vacancies or contact one of our expert consultants to learn more.  For our West Coast Team, contact us at (415) 614 - 4999 or send an email to sanfraninfo@harnham.com.  For our Mid-West and East Coast teams contact us at (212) 796-6070 or send an email to newyorkinfo@harnham.com.  

Mental Health Apps Help Patients Make the Move into Therapy

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. As we continue to untangle ourselves from the cabin-fever isolation of the winter months post-pandemic, many are feeling overwhelmed and mentally burdened. It’s a lot to manage – remote working, virtual schooling, mask mandates, vaccine appointments, and the day-to-day screen time and Zoom meetings. It’s no wonder people are turning, once more to the virtual space for help.  From mindfulness and meditation apps and videos to physician-focused telehealth assistance in the health space, there is digital technology at play. While it may seem as if apps keep people from going to the source and seeking professional help in the mental health space, having an app is helping people make the decision to sit down one on one with someone.  Mind the App: A Note on Market Trends There is a proliferation of mindfulness meditation apps available on Google Play, iOS systems, and on YouTube, just to name a few. In fact, the market is set to grow exponentially over the next five to ten years. And technology companies have been paying attention. Key trends include: Design simplicity and collaboration with subject matter expertsEngagements both personal and professional which lower energy levels leading to disturbed sleep. While millennials search for a more whole (read: work/life) balanced life, it’s reported Generation Z is likely to have the worst mental health issues and desire to seek alternative therapy options.Apps-focused issues include insomnia, anxiety, depression, mindfulness, and whole being self-care.More and more Americans understand mindfulness and meditation are the best resources to help unwind and lessen stressors. Not all apps are created equal, but Headspace and Calm are two of the top contenders and most widely used. Those higher-level products backed by teams to ensure everything runs smoothly are outpacing the proliferation of self-help apps which number upwards of 20,000. Digital Technology and Machine Learning are Moving Things Forward From AI to Digital Technology to Machine Learning, Data professionals are working to ensure mental health apps are not a flash in the pan. Especially for those who may need help the most such as high utilizers. These high utilizers are those who may have multiple issues and check themselves into hospitals most frequently. Just like people worried about robots taking jobs, some therapists may worry these apps could replace in-person therapy treatments. This is unlikely as it may embolden those who need help to seek treatment in the more traditional sense. In fact, some apps could enhance therapy work rather than detract from it. Machine learning tools helped researchers analyze nearly 10,000 patients’ EHR Data over a 2-year period. The algorithm analyzed all the factors at once for a much more efficient breakdown and determination of each factor to best identify patient characteristics. Understanding this information helped researchers determine which factors lead to the disorders for higher utilization. Dangers and Predictions With nearly 20,000 mental health apps on the market, there are probably a fair number which aren’t as useful as they hope or claim to be. And some can be dangerous as was discovered in a 2015 study in which therapies for bipolar disorder were found to be inconsistent with established treatments (Nicholas, J., et al., Journal of Medical Internet Research, 2015). Not to mention ineffectual apps and those which disrupt treatments already in place and established. Mindfulness Apps at Work For happier, healthier workers not burned out from Zoom-fatigue and remote working, business leaders are focusing more and more on mental health. Some are offering mindfulness moments or group yoga classes or meditation opportunities throughout the day for a mental health break. Mental health discussions are now standard practice and efforts to open up more on this front through self-care prioritization and workplace wellness are making their mark. Employee mental health is top of mind as businesses and employees navigate the new normal when it comes to work, education, and the blurring of personal and professional lives as we continue remote practices.  What was once taboo and swept under the rug has been met with Digital Technology, Apps, AI, Machine Learning, and the door is open for discussion. Whether you take a mindfulness minute, write in a journal, meditate, or log in to your app remember mental health awareness is about self-care for the whole you. Need a mental health break? There’s an app for that. If you’re interested in Big Data and Analytics, Harnham may have a role for you. Check out our current vacancies or contact one of our expert consultants to learn more.  For our West Coast Team, contact us at (415) 614 - 4999 or send an email to sanfraninfo@harnham.com.  For our Mid-West and East Coast teams contact us at (212) 796-6070 or send an email to newyorkinfo@harnham.com.  

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