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Adobe Analytics Analyst and Implementation Manager

Adobe Analytics! JavaScript! Implementations! High profile automotive clients! Sound interesting? Read on!

A global digital marketing company for the automotive sector has a new exciting opportunity for a talented individual to take on the role of Adobe Analytics Specialist and Implementation Manager.

This market leading company thrives on combining industry expertise, cutting-edge solutions and class client service.

The Job

Work closely with the product manager to maintain and grow Management reporting for large automotive clients.
Manage Adobe Analytics implementations and maintenance for key clients in the industry.
Support the product manager and the sales team to help increase sales opportunities.
Work with various stakeholders to collect multiple data, data pulling and data cleaning.
Help maintain and grow the accounts on a globally by working closely with other client teams as well.

The Candidate

Fluency in English (written and spoken) is an absolute must; additional fluency in German or Spanish would be an advantage, but is not a strict requirement.
Strong Adobe Analytics skills.
Solid JavaScript skills.
Outstanding presentation and data visualisation skills.
Great communicator - you will need to communicate with both technical and non-technical people.
Implementation experience for a web analytics tool or writing business requirements.
Good skills with Microsoft Excel.

What You Get

£35000-£50000 annual salary 10% bonus
25 days holiday
Private healthcare scheme
Pension scheme
National childcare voucher scheme
Ride-to-work scheme
Commuter advance scheme



Callan Wilson

Team: IT & Technical

I specialise in: Multilingual Technology roles

Languages: English, French & Spanish

I’ve been at Euro London since: July 2015

Love London, love recruitment, love IT, love languages.

If I were a famous person I would be Neil Armstrong because I love cheese.

Fun fact: I was nameless for three weeks before my parents decided to name me after a town in Northern Ireland.