eCommerce Manager Job – Central London – £45-60K
An eCommerce Manager role in Central London offering between £45-60K with the purpose of growing online sales and optimizing operations across Amazon, eBay and the home platform. Working for a leading technology company.
Your new company
You will work for a company that has received positive press for their innovative wearable technology products and are on track for a massive growth both in the UK and overseas. You will work with true market innovators who know to make a mark in the industry, as well as work alongside an experienced management team.
Your new role
You will manage the business’s online marketplaces (Amazon & eBay) with the aim of optimizing product offerings and increasing sales. You will also manage PPC marketing campaigns across various online accounts and platforms. You’ll work on promotions, funnels and conversions with the in-house Marketing Manager to grow revenue and brand awareness.
What you’ll need to succeed
You will need to be an experienced user of the Amazon Vendor and Seller platforms and know exactly how related systems work to get the most out of them. You will also have a track record of listing and optimizing products online along with PPC advert and budget management within the Amazon platform. You’ll know what makes a business work online and have a great understanding of online commerce.
What you’ll get in return
You will get to work with true innovators within their field and work alongside dedicated and motivated directors who want to succeed. You will work with a great technology stack allowing you to get the job done correctly, along with working in the heart of London’s buzzing West End and a competitive salary between £45-60K.
What you need to do now
Submit your CV for consideration and we’ll come back to you with the next steps.
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Every applicant will receive a response. We sometimes make mistakes and miss things from CVs, so you will be given an opportunity to receive feedback and discuss the role in more detail if you feel necessary.