Web Operations Analyst

About the Position

Business Analysis
Permanent
Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk
£40,000 - £45,000 per annum

Job Role

This role will see you sitting between the Marketing & IT team and being responsible for the day to day operations of the business E-commerce platforms.

The business has lots of different partners they work with to and you’ll be supporting both new and on going projects, managing all the integrations between different partners, platforms, applications and systems, making sure the API’s are all aligned and operating as they should.

You’ll also be liaising with the development teams and relevant business users to ensure they understand the business context for new features and improvements and to make sure they are fully tested too.

Requirements & Experience

Experience wise, we’re looking for someone with a strong technical and commercial knowledge within E-commerce, as well as the typical web development technologies (HTML, CSS, JavaScript). In addition, any experience in SEO or Google Analytics would be ideal.

This role would suit someone who combines marketing and analysis, with understanding the technical side to applications and systems.


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