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  • 25th Feb

    eCommerce Development Manager

    — 12 month FTC contract

    Location:
    Kirkby-in-Ashfield
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £40k
    Established eCommerce brand working on exciting projects.  Solid resources in place to focus on strategic digital roadmaps.  Exciting growth phase for the business. This highly established eCommerce brand is in the process of growing their eCommerce Development function. We’re looking for an impressive eCommerce Development Manager to join the talented team on a contract basis for 12 months. You’ll work in tandem with their tech agency to deliver some very exciting rollouts across the business.  What you’ll be doing You’ll be working on the key eCommerce offerings of the business, utilising your digital and technical knowledge in order to drive improvements on Magento on both the UK and International sites. It’s a hugely exciting proposition with your actions impacting heavily on customer experience, customer acquisition and, in turn, online turnover.  A number of businesses this size require business as usual projects, but here you’ll have a strong pipeline of new and exciting projects to deliver real change. You’ll investigate digital opportunities across the platforms, putting together best in class solutions through a tangible digital roadmap. Ensuring this ties in with the goals of digital marketing and web merchandising, you’ll then work with the Development agency to rollout your plans, testing and tweaking them as you go.  The Head of Digital will be on hand for any questions and guidance, so its the best of both worlds here with respect to support and freedom / autonomy to thrive.  What experience you’ll need Proven background in delivering digital projects in an eCommerce setting.  Magento experience is key here. Able to assess current performance of digital products, using gap analysis, requirements gathering and process mapping to understand where changes need to be made.  Able to deliver digital projects on time and to budget.  Always strives to produce high quality work and takes pride in their efforts.  Self-motivated and ability to manage workload effectively.  Knowledge of project management tools and methodologies.  What you’ll get in return for your talents There is a salary on offer of between £30k-40k, with a range of benefits including 25 days holiday (with option to buy more), pension scheme, private medical and life assurance.  What’s next?  Get in touch with Hannah to hear more about this role.
  • 25th Feb

    eCommerce Merchandiser

    — Stunning Fashion brands

    Location:
    Banbury
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £30k
    Exciting opportunity for an eCommerce Merchandiser to work in fashion. Deliver the best online user experience for two beautiful brands. Competitive salary and benefits on offer. I’m looking for an impressive eCommerce Merchandiser to join the talented team of two highly regarded, premium fashion brands at their buzzing HQ in Babnbury. As the eCommerce team continues to grow at an unstoppable rate, this is a very key hire for the business. What you'll be doing Your role will focus on ensuring the website is optimised effectively through merchandising new and existing products – you’ll create promotional content, manage product categories, set up new products, ensure photography is optimal, conduct content reviews and more. You’ll be passionate about promoting products with love, care and attention to detail, with both an analytical and creative approach. This will be crucial to spot opportunities for improvements and offer up suggestions on how to implement these changes. Utilising analytical tools, you’ll gain insights on best sellers and underperforming stock, altering the merchandising strategy accordingly in order to maximise sales, consistently optimising the overarching user experience. What experience you'll need A working knowledge of content management / eCommerce merchandising systems.  Experience working in a fast-paced eCommerce environment – ideally within fashion and accessories, if not an interest in fashion and accessories is key.  Able to work well with others as part of a close-knit team.  Exceptional organisational skills and attention to detail.  A solid understanding of the merchandising process and the value it brings. Analytical and excited about using data to drive strategy and seeing the amazing results it can generate. Strong commercial acumen and market awareness. What you'll get in return for your talents There’s a competitive salary on offer here, up to around the £30k mark, along with a host of other great benefits and a brilliant team to learn from, based in a lovely office in Banbury, Oxfordshire. What's next? Get in touch with Hannah to hear the finer details on this one.
  • 24th Feb

    Digital Product Designer

    — Well funded start-up

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    Circa £50k
    Play a lead product design role within an exciting start-up environment. Work with a highly driven team but one that strikes a good work / life balance. Enjoy a sociable atmosphere, the buzz of a growing team and the security of a well-funded start-up. We’re looking for a Digital Product Designer to join a Bristol based start-up. There are 2 open positions; one delivering a newly formed eCommerce platform and the other supporting the development of an internal CMS for the business. Both exciting roles in their own right.  What you’ll be doing As a Digital Product Designer within a start-up you’ll play a multi-faceted role that encompasses research, testing, prototyping and high-fidelity design. You won’t need to be an expert in each area, but you will need a breadth of experience that touches on all parts of the product design lifecycle. Most importantly you’ll need to be a design thinker rather than just focussed on the visuals.  The business is organised into cross functional teams that are centred around the application’s key features. If your passion lies in eCommerce and online trading, you’ll play a lead role on the businesses growing eCommerce platform. If you’re more about organising data, creating systems and helping people manage content, you’ll take charge of the product design for the CMS team. Both fundamental roles for the business, but each with unique challenges and problems to be solved.  The product is still in its infancy in many ways but over the last couple of years its users have skyrocketed. The team is always looking for more creative ways to connect people all over with one another, to talk about their passions and creations, to learn and to share. This is a great opportunity for creative and entrepreneurial designers to work with one of the really exciting Bristol based product teams.  What experience you’ll need Proven experience in digital product design and exposure to the whole product design lifecycle. A good visual designer but driven and fascinated by your users; keen to research, learn, test and iterate every step of the way. Experience with modern design tools (Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Sketch, Figma, XD etc). Ideally have worked in cross functional agile teams in the past.  Comfortable working at pace and within a changing environment. Experience of working on products and services with multiple touchpoints. For example, designing journeys that may begin on mobile and move to web (eCom team). Experience of creating and optimising content management systems (CMS team). What you’ll get in return for your talents In return for your experience you’ll join a start-up team that’s well funded, growing at pace and has an established product offering. The business prides itself on striking a good work / life balance so you’ll be part of a hard-working team but a group of people that recognise burnout isn’t good for productivity or culture. You’ll receive a competitive salary and a number of other financial and lifestyle benefits.  What’s next? To be considered please apply with an up to date CV and portfolio of relevant web or native app projects. If you’re still working on the portfolio that’s fine too, get in touch to express your interest and we can discuss.
  • 14th Feb

    Digital Experience Manager

    — Forward-thinking and inclusive company in Central Bristol

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £50K + Work from Home
    ●    Be a business-critical team manager in a fast-paced environment.●    Be recognised for your User understanding.●    Flexible working and stunning water-front offices. We’re on the look out for a Digital Experience Manager to join a leading financial services company in the heart of Bristol. However, this is a small client-side business but with a fast paced and ambitious ‘agency-like’ feel. What you’ll be doing You’ll have 2 content designers and 2 UX/UI executives reporting into you. This role may also include line management/liaison with the SEO Manager. You’ll be hands-on using User Research and analytics to review web design, shape decisions and direct content. As well as managing your team, effective stakeholder management will be key. The business has conducted user research (eye tracking & heat mapping) but are yet to have discussions about iterative research beyond analytics. This is all good stuff to explore at interview. This role would suit a digital all-rounder who can understand users, use data to shape decisions, create/direct content, and who’s able to communicate this convincingly to business stakeholders. A bonus if you have some hands-on experience in UI design, user experience or content.  You won’t find slow processes or long hierarchy ladders here. With a flat structure and meritocratic pay format, staff are rewarded according to value. Many of their employees come from a variety of backgrounds too – no wonder they’re a remakrable company for employee engagement. What experience you’ll need to apply●    Management experience.●    Specialist knowledge in either UI, Content or UX.●    Journey mapping and User focused design.●    Proven track record in Digital Experience.●    Portfolio with evidence of the above. What you’ll get in return for your experience  Drop-dead. Gorgeous. Offices. A beautifully refurbished, bright and light place to work with fantastic facilities! You'll find that staff wellbeing here is paramount - with a Wellbeing Room and multiple initiatives to keep employees engaged, happy and cared for. In terms of flexible working hours and WFH, the environment here is understanding and adult. Refreshingly, you can expect to be in the office just as long as it takes you to do your work effectively. Other benefits include legendary staff events and great pension and insurance schemes. What's next?Please get in touch with Cece Dakowski with a CV and Portfolio to apply.
  • 24th Jan

    UX Designer

    — Sustainable Brand

    Location:
    Gloucestershire
    Type:
    Salary:
    Upto £35k
    We’re on the hunt for a multidisciplinary UX Designer to join one of our clients in Gloucestershire. The opportunity to work from Bristol 2 days a week is available. What you’ll be doing This is the opportunity to join a pioneering green technology brand and the first of its kind (in the world). The business prides itself on being environmentally concious to its core, in providing exceptional customer service and in providing ethical pricing to its customers. The UX Designer will report into the head of digital and be embedded within the digital marketing team. UX practice is still in its infancy so there’s a real opportunity to help shape and define processes and practices. For this reason the UX Designer will play the role of a generalist to run research projects, create wireframes, prototypes and conduct user testing. In this role we could consider a graduate with a relevant degree or a more experienced hire who has established themselves within a commercial role. What experience you’ll need to apply Passionate about user experience, preferably with some commercial experience. A degree in design, product, computer science or psychology highly desirable. Great communication skills; comfortable dealing with people from all backgrounds. Experience of designing web-based or native app products and services. Comfortable using modern design tools (e.g Adobe CC, Sketch, Invision, UXPin). User centred and data led; able to gather and make use of qualitative and quantitative data. Passionate about environmental causes and sustainability. What you’ll get in return for your experience You’ll join a team whose missions is genuinely to make the world a better place. You’ll enjoy a relaxed culture that offers flexibility and an open and collaborative working environment day to day. What’s next? Please apply with an up to date CV along with any relevant case studies of your work.

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