London
£30000 - £32000 per annum
Permanent
Job description
Digital Web Analyst

£30,000- £32,000 per annum + excellent benefits

Permanent, full time 35 hours per week

Location: Stratford, London Office 1-2 days per week with flexible working opportunities

Closing date: Friday 22nd of October 2021

*We will be shortlisting and interviewing as applications are submitted, so please do not delay to submit an application in order to avoid any disappointment. This role will close once a suitable candidate is found.

Do you have experience of monitoring and reporting web analytics? Looking for a new challenge as part the world's largest independent cancer research organisation?

This could be a great opportunity for a Digital Marketing Executive, Marketing Analyst or Data Analyst with an interest in Digital.

What will I be doing?

We are looking for an enthusiastic and helpful individual to...

  • Be responsible for monitoring and reporting a comprehensive set of web analytics for the About Cancer website to maintain the prominence of our patient information in search engines and maximise reach.

  • Defining KPIs and producing high level analytics reports that inform decision making and our strategy.

  • Shape all content production to maximise our impact in search engines by advising content producers.

For a full role profile, please see

Why this role?

You will have the opportunity to work with the Health Information and Patient Information team who produce the content for the About Cancer section of the website. You will be helping people get the information they need. You will deal with colleagues within the team and from the Technology directorate to help manage the team's workload, provide insights and ensure prompt delivery of work.

What are you looking for?

Join us and help Cancer Research UK provide excellent information to patients through your…

  • Familiar with a wide range of web analytics and tools, including advanced understanding and experience of using Google Analytics

  • Ability to analyse multiple data sources and draw out key trends and highlights

  • Excellent attention to detail; systematic in approach and observant

  • Ability to train others and share understanding of key digital metrics and their value and meaning

  • Good communicator with ability to build and maintain effective working relationships with a broad range of stakeholders, including senior influencing

  • Passionate about digital and responsive to changing trends in information seeking

You'll need the ability to collaborate with others and build relationships across the team. You'll also need to work in a methodical and organised way and be prepared to receive regular instruction and then work independently, using your own initiative.

If you can do all this and more, you'll enjoy a great career as we work hard to beat cancer sooner.

*This role is known internally as Digital Analytics Executive

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Cancer Research UK

Cancer Research UK – we are dedicated to working collectively to save more lives, create more tomorrows and dispel the fear of cancer. We... Read more

Posted on: 07 October 2021
Closed date: 21 October 2021
Job ref: R018049
Tags: Communications, PR, IT