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Head of eCommerce

Job Title: Head of eCommerce
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, London
Industry:
Salary: £110000 - £111000 per annum
Start Date: 01/06/2016
REF: HE1
Contact Name: Mitchell Forbes
Contact Email: mitchellf@montash.com
Job Published: over 1 year ago

Job Description

Montash are looking for a Head of eCommerce to be responsible for managing the development of incremental eCommerce revenues and opportunities for Future for a leading retailer.

As Head of eCommerce you'll develop the affiliate, client direct and eCommerce strategy and be responsible for managing all suppliers. You'll identify growth opportunities, implement optimisation plans to grow revenue and be responsible for trading the site, ensuring the best commercial opportunities are surfaced. In this hands-on role, you'll sell eCommerce related sponsorship packages direct to clients across our core verticals including Tech, Gaming, Photography, Music and Entertainment, and manage and develop high profile affiliate driven programmes/campaigns. You'll compile regular reports and work closely with our analytics teams to understand the effectiveness and review performance. You'll manage, lead and inspire the team deliver results.

Desired Skills and Experience

You'll have an eCommerce background with an understanding and experience of merchandising an eCommerce site. Experience of managing relationships with affiliates and direct clients is essential, alongside demonstrable experience of negotiating long term deals. Ideally you'll have experience working within a consumer technology, retail environment, or price comparison industry, within an eCommerce or affiliate role.

Technical and analytical skills are essential, you'll have a strong understanding of affiliate techniques and strategies, and an understanding of tags and trafficking. You'll have experience of managing a team and working in a fast-paced results-oriented entrepreneurial environment. Highly organised with excellent attention to detail, you'll have experience analysing large volumes of data and delivering insight driven decisions.

If this sounds like a role that you would be interested in we would love to hear from you.

If you feel that this is an opportunity for you, drop me a line on mitchellf@montash.com and we can chat further.

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