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A multinational eCommerce retailer is looking for a UX Optimisation Executive to help analyse huge data sets and recommend any changes needed to help with user experience!
Our leading B2C client is a nationwide fashion retailer and has established themselves as an industry leader. They are looking for a UX Optimisation Executive to aid the help with navigational analysis on the company website and suggest any changes that need to occur. You are going to need to look at different trends that customers are taking when shopping on the client’s website and recommend any changes that need to happen on the website. The candidate must be a real ‘numbers person’ and have a strong passion for digital marketing whilst having strong attention to detail.
Our client is based in Bury which has great transport links and also provides free parking for staff. The client also believes in strong working relations and has regular breakout events and fun activities.
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If this role sounds like it is perfect for you, apply today by sending us your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or call one of our eCommerce team on 0161 833 1044.
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