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Ecommerce Data Analyst
- Gdańsk, Pomeranian
- offer expired 2 months ago
- contract of employment
- specialist (Mid / Regular)
- hybrid work
- remote recruitment
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About the project
Ecommerce Data Analyst navigates complex data to extract complete and accurate insights supporting strategic and operational business decisions. He/She works closely with Product Owners and eCommerce developers to enhance tracking implementation. An important part of the role is to be SPOC for business stakeholders and to understand and assess the need and liaise with other data development teams.
Performs analysis on existing customer, transactional and web data and identifies business opportunities and challenges;
Manages full analysis cycle – from gathering the business requirements, through data analysis and presenting conclusions until influencing others on the execution of new strategy in the business;
Develops a thorough understanding of business goals and issues, interprets business needs into data and analytical requirements, and then to analytical/reporting solutions;
Provides recommendations for business partners based on analyzed data;
Designs measuring plan and utilize Google Tag Manager to implement events;
Manages GA accounts
Supports building and executing an A/B testing process;
Supports Google Analytics end users;
Acts as SPOC for data related topics for eCommerce department;
Provides ad-hoc support for projects and initiatives where problem-solving and/or analytical skills are needed;
Follows data governance standards;
Complies with IT quality policy;
Degree in Mathematics, Data Analysis or relevant data field;
Fluency in written and spoken English;
2+ years experience working as a data analyst or in similar role;
Knowledge of Google Analytics, Google Tag Manager, basic knowledge of A/B testing tools;
Working knowledge of SQL;
Excellent problem-solving and analytical skills;
Advanced Microsoft Excel skills;
Experience with data visualization tools (e.g. PowerBI);
Able to work in cross-functional teams and various level employees;
Structured yet agile approach – with knowledge of the scrum agile methodology;
Good interpersonal communication skills;
What we offer
Flexible working time (we start between 7-9 and work 8 hours respectively).
Hybrid work (3 days office, 2 days remote)
private medical care
sharing the costs of foreign language classes
sharing the costs of professional training & courses
Joining Lyreco means
Working in an international, distribution company (25 countries, 18 languages, 3 central hubs).
Processes based on Scrum/Agile first approach.
High quality of delivered software - we are creating, extending and maintaining the solution in-house.
Ownership and proactive approach during daily software development activities.
Being open to innovations – as a market leader we are innovative to stay on top.
Strategic thinking – as a profitable company we are focusing on both short term and long term challenges and opportunities.
Investing in our people – we have proven experience of internal growth of our employees – expert and managerial path.
We are a part of Lyreco – a leading distributor of workplace products and solutions in Europe and around the world. We operate as Lyreco Management Group with Central Shared Services (IT, eCommerce, Customer Experience, Merchandising, Supply Chain Planning and Finance) in France, Poland and The Netherlands.
Altogether, driven by our common strive for passion, excellence, respect and agility, we are constantly looking to innovate and evolve so that our employees, customers and business continue to grow and develop. We believe in a culture that inspires our employees to be the best they can be. Through a perfect blend of people, technology and our corporate social responsibility strategy, we commit to deliver a Great Working Day for all.