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10th Apr

Online Trader

— Successful UK Retailer

Location:
Slough
Type:
Salary:
Competitive
  • Leading, independent UK retailer.
  • Great opportunities for career progression.
  • Thriving eCommerce team.

This hugely successful, multi-channel retailer is going from strength to strength, and the eCommerce team in particular is growing at a good pace, providing you with the opportunity to expand your digital skills and progress your online trading career. 

What you'll be doing 

This role sits within the Multichannel team and the Online Trader is responsible for delivering against revenue targets and KPIs in all online trading related tasks. Additionally, you will be responsible for the maintenance and growth of single product categories, and ultimately maximising sales across all digital channels. 

Working closely with the Buying, Merchandising and retail teams you will maximise sales and enhance the product offer. With your strong commercial awareness, you will have a good understanding of online and multichannel buying behaviour and the competitive landscape, which will enable you to develop and optimise the customer experience. 

You will own the day to day trading for a specific product category, maximise and deliver commercial performance against revenue and margin targets using web analytics data on traffic, conversions and order value to drive actionable insight and measurable improvements. Ensure you meet category targets for sales, conversion, basket abandonment and average order value.

You'll liaise with the tech team on the development of the trading and CRO testing plan for your category. Measuring and analysing sales and category performance on a regular basis with a focus on development to the website and product merchandising techniques and promotions.

What experience you'll need to apply

  • Experience within a similar eCommerce role is advantageous.
  • Commercially-minded with a Trading mentality.
  • Numerate with good analytical skills.
  • Excellent attention to detail and good time management skills.
  • Familiarity with online trading tools and technology would be a bonus (used for website merchandising and management).
  • Strong Excel skills are preferred.
  • A passion for retail and eCommerce. 

What you'll get in return for your experience  

A competitive salary and benefits package including 28 days paid holiday rising with service to 33 days (inclusive of bank holidays), an opportunity to develop and grow with the business and generous product discounts. 


What's next?


This is an urgent requirement, so please send through your CV and get in touch with Marlie ASAP!

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