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Web Analyst - Bracknell - 6 month contract - £18 ph £130 p/d

Job Title: Web Analyst - Bracknell - 6 month contract - £18 ph £130 p/d
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Bracknell, Berkshire
Industry:
IT
Salary: £130 per day
Start Date: asap
Reference: 68296-ITENG-JAI
Contact Name: Jackie Iles
Contact Email: jackie.iles@volt.eu.com
Job Published: December 15, 2016 14:20

Job Description

Web Analyst - Bracknell - 6 month contract - £18 ph £130 per day
Working for an exciting global business that has over 60 websites in Europe alone. You will be replicating website and marketing promotions customising and translating content for each country. The role will entail end to end project leadership. Close collaboration with European Marketing Managers to develop an approved 'master website' which is used as a starting point for country launches. Managing project timelines, ensuring that colleagues have prioritised time to work on the project. Work closely with product managers throughout West Europe and the central European data team to ensure content is available to support the replication/launch of websites. Conduct project briefing meetings with product managers & confirm details of the plan, timelines, & determine resource availability & readiness to replicate the website/marketing content (typically countries need to approve translated content, provide product data/ images and confirm their launch approval) ' Lead regular country update calls to ensure that projects are on track and highlight issues /risks of slippage. Deliver approved content translated into local language in a structured template to IT team to enable build of the country website. Preview and test website content and product catalogue content for quality, accuracy & completeness prior to launch. Set up and report to analyse visitors and behaviour for EU websites.
You need to be able to demonstrate hands-on management of website content and having worked with stakeholders to finalise content and systematically approve it for publishing. You'll need to be able to demonstrate either evidence of working on a big web project (e.g. content migration, major new site launch, or to have managed a portfolio of smaller web projects simultaneously. You do not need to have worked with international websites or have coding.