4 months ago
Are you a driven, passionate Data Analyst? Are you striving to grow into a Data Scientist role? Love exploring data? Do you want to help grow our business? Leading specialist holiday company is seeking a Web Data Analyst to join their successful and growing team. We need you!
*To perform data analysis of websites and online marketing campaigns.
*To improve business effectiveness by gathering and analysing customer and website data.
*To undertake data extraction, aggregation, and analysis of multiple data sources to give actionable insights to various business teams.
*To produce regular and ad hoc reports using analytical data generated by our websites and online marketing campaigns.
*To complete daily, weekly and monthly reports and dashboards to aid decisions for change and identifying business opportunities.
*To ensure that all of the data which is/can be generated by our websites and online marketing campaigns is properly captured using correct tagging and data layers.
*Integrity check data and tracking where necessary for accuracy.
*Use Google Analytics APIs to automate reporting providing real-time data to the business on demand.
*To be the web analytics 'subject matter expert' within the business and to ensure that web analytics best practices are being followed by the business.
*To provide web analytics training and support to business associates.
*2 - 3 years' experience in a similar role
*Google Analytics and Google Data Studio experience is required
*Adobe Analytics experience is desirable
*Strong advanced Excel skills
*Adobe Target and BigQuery experience desirable
*Optimisation software experience is a plus
*A good understanding of online marketing, especially Search Engine Marketing
Competitive salary of £28k and extra company benefits including Private Health Care, Company Pension Scheme, Holiday Discounts and Free Travel Insurance to name a few.
Please follow the instructions to apply, attaching your CV. For further questions please contact Gemma on, or
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