eCommerce Manager Job – London FMCG – £50-60K per year – Work From Home
An eCommerce Manager job in London has become available offering between £50-60K per year within the FMCG sector for a leading food and beverage provider.
Your new company
You will be working for a leading company that has a fresh, modern and business savvy outlook on working with challenger brands within the FMCG sector (Food & Beverage).
Your new role
You will work with true innovators within their field and will be responsible for taking control of the day-to-day elements of the e-commerce platform and ecosystem. You will also have a hand in marketing, supply chain and delivery operations so this is really something you could really get your teeth into and make it your own. You will be using organic social, paid social, digital PR and on-page SEO to maximise return on investment as well.
What you’ll need to succeed
You will be an experienced eCommerce or Growth Manager who has a track record of working within the FMCG sector (food & Drink). You’ll have experience in running Amazon, third-party websites and third-party wholesaler integration’s. You will also have a successful track record of driving revenue across DTC and B2B channels.
What you’ll get in return
You will work with a company that has a modern and fresh perspective on work and all that it entails. You will have the full backing of the Directors within the company giving you the freedom to carry out your work without hindrance. You’ll also receive a generous wage of between £50-60K along with a performance-related bonus, as well as 2 days a week home working helping you strike the right balance between work and home life balance.
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