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Digital E-commerce Project Manager

Job Title: Digital E-commerce Project Manager
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London, London
Salary: £450 - £550 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 12 months
Contact Name: Mitchell Forbes
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 1 year ago

Job Description

Digital/E-Commerce Project Manager - London - £450-£550

Montash have been engaged by a UK leading retailer who is looking for an experienced Digital/e-Commerce Project Manager.


  • Leading meetings and producing regular status reports & Gantt charts to enhance as well as producing functionality rich Digital/e-Commerce products
  • Identify methods to significantly reduce e-commerce rejections
  • Utilise customer led solutions & web analytics to identify key areas for improvement within existing customer journeys

Experience Needed:

  • Proven Project Management experience across Digital/e-Commerce led projects
  • Significant experience using analytic web tools from a project manager perspective
  • Adpot creative and innovative solutions to business problems
  • Experience across Website / Tablet / Mobile devises (mobile and web applications)
  • Ability to Lead Product design projects and then managing the roll-out

This is a fantastic opportunity to join a market leading organisation, within an excellently devised e-Commerce division.

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