E-COMMERCE BUSINESS ANALYST
-METRO MANILA ONLY-
THIS IS NOT A REMOTE ROLE.
Love crunching the numbers and deriving high level analytics that can change the tides of the market? Join a true start-up eCommerce Company that will provide you the technology exposure to be one of the best growth and performance marketers in eCommerce. Driven to develop a career as a true digital native specializing in eCommerce, data mining, scraping, storytelling, modelling, and analysis through hands-on experience.
A curious life-long learner who is fascinated with data mining, data scraping, storytelling, modelling and analysis
Takes pride in the quality of work being delivered
Able to work and deliver beyond expected output with limited resources
Values accountability and takes ownership of every project or task undertaken
Loves to work with and around people and does not hesitate to speak openly about ideas and observations
Relentless in delivering our promises
Do the right thing, even when no one is looking
Leave our egos at home
Believe there is no problem that can’t be solved without creativity and grit
Share the company's success with everyone who builds it
Would rather be the disrupter than the market leader
Care more about who you are and what you can do, than your past experience and background
What you'll do:
The Ecommerce Business Analyst shall have primary accountability on performance and channel analytics. The seat of collaboration in the business, the Ecommerce Business Analyst provides in-depth business intelligence by closely developing and monitoring digital paid media performance, tag management, and channel analytics. The role will explore and utilize various optimization techniques to gain more traffic and conversion. Through closely working with data, this role will derive key metrics on consumer acquisition, engagement and retention by identifying actionable insights from the Company’s critical conversion funnels.
You should be good at (or can quickly learn):
- Fluency in pay-per-click
- Data analysis/Business intelligence
- Deep understanding e-Commerce and Conversion Rate Optimization
- Broad understanding of what constitutes a good digital marketing material
- Google sheets/excel
You identify with most of the following behaviours:
- Analytical Insight and Foresight
- Strategic Decision-Making
- Critical Problem Solving
- Curious Lifelong Learner
You believe and hold these values close to your heart:
Role location: San Isidro, Makati City
- Graduate of any four (4) year course
- 2-3 years’ work experience in e-Commerce
- In-depth understanding of CRO, SEM/SEO and business intelligence is definitely an advantage
- Experience in start-up eCommerce is desirable
Career stage: Senior
Employment terms: Full-time
Salary range: The ₱45,000 to ₱65,000 monthly package includes:
- Quarterly Wine Benefit
- Sales Incentive (subject to the Company hitting quarterly target)
- Generous Leave Credits
- HMO Plan
Please note: We will not review applications that do not contain both a ½ page cover letter and a resume. We strongly encourage applicants to take at least 20 minutes to prepare a thoughtful application based on who we are as a Company and the specifics information contained within the Job Description. We look forward to hearing from you!
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WINERY PHILIPPINES - JOIN OUR TEAM IN MAKATI CITY
Grow with us! Take responsibility from day one, unleash your individuality, make an impact, and love your work. Enjoy a fun, working environment and free wine!
Winery Philippines (Winery.ph) curates and sells the best quality, value for money wines in the Philippines through our online wine marketplace, launched in 2017 by a group of passionate wine lovers, who wanted to drastically improve access to good quality wine for Filipinos.
We are pioneering the discovery of wine for the Filipino wine drinkers through our world class digital content and curation designed to empower our customers to discover wine, by providing easy to digest product information that is contextualized for the Filipino wine drinker.
Winery.ph is committed to democratising the wine category, making good wine affordable for more Filipinos, who can be put off by the prevailing high prices to ensure a quality bottle, or else resorting to cheap but mediocre options to avoid ‘selection risk’. Winery.ph by contrast does not list mass-produced, factory made wines, but instead focuses on lowering the prices of quality wines that might cost 10-20 USD abroad, and getting these to consumers in the Philippines for the same price.