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JavaScript Developer/Analyst

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  • Sector:

    Data & Insight

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  • Salary:

    £26,000 - £36,000

  • Contact:

    Madeline Davies
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  • Contact phone:

    0117 317 8103

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  • Published:

    20 days ago

This role is ideal for a JavaScript Developer looking to move into Digital Analytics.

As a Digital Analytics Consultant / Performance Analyst you will be part of the Analytics team, working with both clients and multiple teams (e.g. PPC, SEO, UX/CRO, Studio) to scope, plan, and implement website tracking, reporting and analysis solutions.

In your day-to-day, you will be expected to use Google Analytics, Google Tag Manager, and write JavaScript to facilitate accurate data collection and the utilisation of data.

Key Accountabilities
These activities are what you will be doing on a regular basis.
  • Scoping, quoting, planning and implementation of website tracking via platforms such as Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager.
  • Auditing Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager implementations, producing a document of found issues and proposing approaches for issue resolution.
  • Writing JavaScript to facilitate advanced tracking that in-built features of Google Tag Manager cannot provide.
  • Ad hoc support for Clients and internal Teams (e.g. PPC, SEO, Paid Social, CRO) on tracking and analysis (e.g. pixel implementation, reviewing data accuracy, problem-solving).
Skills required
Ideally you will have the below skills, but don’t worry if you don’t quite meet all of these.
  • Proficient with Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager.
  • Proficient with JavaScript running in a website environment, knowing how to extract information from the DOM (document object model) with a good standard of code quality.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Excel.
  • Some previous experience in a similar role at an agency or in-house.
Skills desired
Whilst not necessary for the role, these are advantageous to have. And in the course of the role, opportunities will enable you to gain these.
  • Google Analytics Individual Qualification.
  • Experience in other tracking platforms (e.g. Adobe Analytics, Snowplow, Matomo) or data visualisation tools (e.g. Google Data Studio).
  • Proficient in PowerPoint.
  • Being able to confidently communicate with Clients and Internal teams.
  • Other programming language experience (e.g. Python, R, PHP, Node, SQL) is beneficial but not essential.
  • Marketing background would be beneficial, but not required.
What you'll get in return
  • £26,000 - £36,000 DOE
  • Full training and development
  • Set and defined career path
  • Pension
  • Bonus potential
  • Hybrid working
  • Generous holidays
  • So much more