Lambeth, London

£38,533 per annum


About the organisation

When you have breast cancer, everything changes. Time becomes measured in appointments. The next scan. The next results. The next challenge. Read more

Job Description


Breast Cancer Care is the only UK-wide charity dedicated to supporting people affected by breast cancer. Our vision is that every person affected by breast cancer receives the best treatment, information and support.

Since 1973, we’ve been caring for, connecting with and campaigning on behalf of women with breast cancer. Today, we continue to campaign for better care and our unique range of services includes one-to-one support over the phone and online from specialists and women who have been there, plus local group support. From the moment someone notices something isn’t right, through to their treatment and beyond, we’re there to help women with breast cancer feel more in control.  Our clinical expertise, tailored information and emotional support network help many thousands of people every day to find a way to live with, through and beyond breast cancer.


This pivotal post within the Breast Cancer Care Digital team will be responsible for improving our digital offer through understanding and analysing our data and creating actionable insights. Contributing to our strategic approach to digital, the Digital Analyst will establish an intelligent use of data and ensure analysis forms a key part of our work.

The post will work closely with the Assistant Director of Digital to establish our measurement plan, guide our digital KPIs, produce meaningful dashboards and supply strategic insight. This role will also have a vital part to play in campaigns: setting up tracking and reporting ahead of time, acquisition modelling, optimising during the campaign life cycle, and evaluating lessons learned.

We are looking for a problem solver with excellent data skills and a flair for analysis. Although focus and autonomy is important for this role, the successful candidate will be positive, motivated, a team player and keen to use their skills to benefit Breast Cancer Care.

You will be experienced in using Google Analytics, and other relevant digital analytics packages. You will understand how robust analysis and testing can be used to improve our digital offer. With a flair for Excel and PowerPoint, you will be comfortable producing reports for a variety of audiences and happy to train other members of staff to find and use their own analytics data.

The deadline for applications is 9.00am on Monday 27 February 2017. 

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