3WhiteHats Needs You!
We have a few recruitment needs at the moment; we are looking for an Account Manager to join the team. This exciting role touches on all parts of the business, the ideal candidate would be proactive, friendly and confident.
Plus, we’re growing a new Analytics team and are on the lookout for people with a few different skillsets….
We have two positions that we can really tailor to your experience level. We’d love some prior experience, but if you have the right skillset, and are hungry to learn, that would be great too. We will work job specs around you.
First off, we need an implementation specialist who is JS savvy to help implement custom Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager code. This is a technical role translating reporting requirements into tracking strategies.
Then, we want an analyst who is stat-happy and has a natural ability to read and understand data. This role will be looking deeper into reports and trying to understand why things happen.
Finally, but by no means last, we’re still on the hunt for an Analytics Manager. This is for someone who’s got lots of experience working with clients and wants to lead both the team and a service in a fast-growing agency.
Take a look at the specs and if you have any questions, drop us a line to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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