Webmarketing/e-commerce Consultant (M/F)
Poste basé en Suisse
Vous souhaitez travailler sur des projets e-commerce d’envergure? SQLI vous propose de venir relever ce défi au sein de ses équipes d’experts !
Do you want to work on large scale e-commerce projects? SQLI is offering you the opportunity to take up these challenges as a member of one of its expert teams!
Within the framework of its division devoted to e-commerce, SQLI Suisse is looking for a Webmarketing/e-commerce consultant (M/F) to support its growth.
Our e-commerce projects apply a multi-channel on line commerce strategy to all digital media including the web, mobile devices, touch screen terminals (in stores, for example), printed catalogues and social shopping.
We mainly work with large and medium sized accounts, for which we implement solutions such as Hybris, MS commerce Server and Magento.
We work mainly on B2C and B2B projects, often with European or international deployments.
Position and duties:
It will be your duty to coordinate strategic and marketing recommendations for web/e-commerce projects entrusted to us.
You will analyse customer issues and draw up strategic e-commerce recommendations.
You will also be involved in shaping initiatives to be implemented (e-commerce solutions, campaigns, SEO, etc.).
You will supervise end-to-end monitoring of projects: estimating and monitoring costs, quality control for deliverables and measuring customer satisfaction. You will manage the project team for which you are responsible (design team / developers, etc.)
With further education in marketing/new technologies or a university degree specialising in multimedia project monitoring, you must have at least 5 years’ experience of large scale e-commerce projects with a web agency, a communication agency or advertiser.
You will know how to successfully implement innovative interactive marketing strategies for “key account” clients and have a good general knowledge of the issues involved in technical integration and engineering.
An excellent command of English is needed for this position.
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