Beringer Tame | Latest Jobs This is an RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feed from Beringer Tame - Latest Jobs. Fri, 27 Mar 2020 GMT en Digital Marketing Contractor - Negotiable Do you normally work in Ecommerce & Digital Marketing? Are you currently out of work? If yes we want to hear from you. Patrick Tame and the team at Beringer Tame specialise in recruiting clientside Digital & Ecommerce Marketing roles. We've been around for 15 years because of the amazing support of our candidates and clients. And during these unprecedented times we're keen to roll up our sleeves and do what we can Now we are creating Patrick's List... There is currently a pool of Immediately Available Digital Marketing & Ecommerce talent that are not working due to Coronavirus's impact on life as we know it. There are also a wave of companies who need temporary Ecommerce and Digital Marketing skills to plug gaps in their workforce due to increased online activity or staff illness.  Patrick's List aims to match those two needs - getting more people into work and helping those companies to carry on. If you're looking for Ecommerce and Digital Marketing roles - send an email to stating: Name: Contact Details: Your linkedin profile: A paragraph that best summarises what you can do (keep it snappy and keyword dense): Job titles that would fit your experience (pick three): Your normal ‘peacetime' day rate/pro rata: Your emergency ‘wartime’ day rate/pro rata: And of course your CV. We are reaching out daily to our network of hiring managers who have active Contract, Temp cover, Freelance, Interim, FTC assignments  to help more people into work. Find out more on Patrick's LinkedIn profile update-474 Fri, 27 Mar 2020 GMT Product Marketing Manager (Based in Hampshire) - GBP 60,000 - GBP 70,000 Having achieved global success with a simple SAAS solution, our client are looking for a Product Marketing Manager (B2B). Almost any business across the globe can benefit from their product so rather than focusing on a specific industry, understanding the Buying Persona for a broad spectrum of companies is key to both shaping the product marketing campaigns and creating the marketing assets which support the sales team. Key responsibilities: Get to know the Buyers, understand who is buying and when, what their buying criteria is and how they buy. Document processes and liaise with the Sales team to maintain buyer profiles Implement customer and prospect research to gain insight into the use of our products and optimise the buyer journey.  Communicate information about new products both externally and internally. Find the best ways to present and create supporting marketing assets and tools (webinars, product brochures, case studies, videos, website copy and blog posts) Develop regional and global marketing strategies for promotion, new product launches and product re-positioning. Initiate and drive campaigns, from brief to measurement which generate brand awareness and high-quality leads Support sales with marketing collateral and tools. Translate technical product details into features and value propositions for the customer Analyse competitior activity and ensure marketing strategies are driven by differentiation Please note this role is based in Hampshire update-473 Mon, 23 Mar 2020 GMT Digital Marketing Manager - Up to GBP 30,000 This is a role where you really shouldn't have to put a cork in it. We're recruiting a Marketing Communications Manager focused on digital (email, content marketing, social media strategy) to join a growing marketplace startup based in Central London who have a contemporary approach to selling wine online. Assisting the Head of Marketing, you'll scoop up the annual marketing calendar, communicating the overall brand message and growing market share.  Develop and deliver B2C & B2B marketing communications strategies Direct the email and automation strategy, adhering to brand guidelines and regulations Develop and plan relevant content marketing strategies Manage PR agency relationship Oversee social media growth strategy (TOV, audience, content, calendar) Prepare campaign metric reports and review the statistics with the digital team, recommending actions for future digital activity Keep abreast of new web technologies and digital marketing trends Build relationships with relevant suppliers and work cross functionally with other teams Planning brand activity (events, tastings, supplier showcases, etc) Team management An industry recognised wine qualification (WSET) or previous experience working in the wine industry update-472 Mon, 16 Mar 2020 GMT Senior PPC Manager (Midlands) - GBP 55,000 - GBP 70,000 This home retailer have had a magnificent journey over the last few years, it's a stretch to think of a multichannel retailer that have performed better in terms of product range, price point and joined up shopping experience. A walk around their digital team feels less like a stroll around a retailer and more like a scale-up dotcom, which is essentially what they are. As senior PPC Manager you'll be a key player in the digital marketing team, you must have solid PPC experience; Google Shopping and retail is also going to be a real benefit in this job. Key responsibilities: Strategy: Develop a search strategy that will underpin profitable growth in all categories Optimisation: Drive efficiency gains, focused on the tech-side of automation  Data-driven decisions: Use data to support and inform decisions (audiences, bidding, shopping feeds, etc.) Testing: Implement a testing roadmap that highlights the opportunity for efficiency gains and understanding the incrementality of channel performance. Thoroughly test bidding methodologies, identifying and driving successful approaches Multichannel performance: Measure the impact of PPC performance across digital marketing channels and in-store Budget management: Owning the multimillion pound PPC budget and delivery against forecast. Maximising returns and how to convincingly build the case for increasing budgets to capture profitable demand Best-in-class programme: Ensuring the PPC programme is best in class in terms of tech, toolkit, resource etc This could easily turn into a permanent Performance Marketing manager role. update-471 Fri, 13 Mar 2020 GMT Digital Operations Manager - GBP 55,000 - GBP 65,000 You will certainly have heard of our client but unless you’ve spent time in the US you may not be aware of just how big the brand is. It's big and it's growing which is why the London-based ecommerce team is boosting its team with a Digital Operations Manager. As a key member of the EMEA Ecommerce & Omnichannel team, the efficiency of global Ecommerce sites and omnichannel tools, processes and procedures will sit at your fingertips. And as new website features and functionality are developed, you'll get to work with international ecommerce partners to champion their successful launch and implementation. Key responsibilities: Customer Experience: Liaising with cross-functional teams (Customer Service, Warehouse operations, Logistics, Retail Operations, IT for Ecommnerce,...) to capture CX issues Ecommerce platform: Act as a superuser for systems and tools, supporting internal stakeholders, advising on process - particularly checkout and payments features. Insights and analysis: Investigate potential issues throughout the end-to-end customer journey, suggesting opportunities for improvement - Reporting: Develop reports to reflect ecommerce activity, summarising and providing analysis as well as insight into trends. Project management: Leading launch activities and plans, ensuring that implications to wider business teams are considered and communicated Review: understand post-launch impact of new features to determine further opportunities for improving Customer Experience update-470 Mon, 9 Mar 2020 GMT Digital Marketing Executive (Email & CRM) - GBP 28,000 - GBP 30,000 Having moved and weaved with the times, it might come as a surprise that our client, an urban kids brand, have been around for over a century. Although backed by a retail powerhouse, the business retains its individual DNA, maintaining a certain niche and market agility. The business is also growing, the previous Email & CRM Executive has been promoted so this is an environment where you can grow and take on more responsibility as you are ready for it. It’s also a really great place to work; you will be part of a small but high-performance team where everyone’s ideas and opinions count and where you will have genuine impact on the future success of the business. Whatsmore you will have complete ownership of email and customer marketing from strategy through the campaign delivery and analysis: Plan & delivery of BAU email campaign calendar Manage automated email marketing campaigns Reporting on performance Management of eCRM data within platform This is an exciting career development role, perhaps your current role is broader digital marketing but to be considered you must have experience of email campaigns and enjoy the process.   update-469 Fri, 6 Mar 2020 GMT Digital Insights Manager - GBP 50,000 - GBP 60,000 A fantastic opportunity for an experienced Marketing Analyst or Digital Insight Analyst who is looking for a step up into a managerial position. The Data Manager needs to be a strategic natural leader with practical experience in all facets of data collection, data management and executing data driven marketing activities. This role is absolutely pivotal in driving and managing all of the digital media activities.  Manage and develop the audience segementation and activation framework across different business divisions. Influence key stakeholders - presentating to senior key stakeholders regularly.  Lead strategic initiatives that will improve data driven marketing capabilities. Identify, leverage and automate data sources and tools that help report on the effectiveness of marketing campaigns. interpret and analyse these data sets to surface insights that inform wider business and marketing decisions.  Be the go to person for any data insights related to marketing campaigns.  If this sounds like something of interest then please do get in touch,  update-468 Wed, 4 Mar 2020 GMT Digital Operations Manager - GBP 45,000 - GBP 55,000 We are working with one of the most successful British companies that you’ve probably never heard of. Their online reach is global, the scale of their SKU list is just short of infinite and their customer base is as wide as it is deep. As a result their ecommerce websites require constant improvement (verification and validation of new features, functionalities, enhancements, creative initiatives). The Digital Operations Manager works with the ecommerce product team and Dev teams to ensure that all new website changes are tested (creation, analysis, error detection, documentation)  and the wider teams are brought up to speed and trained on enhancements. Key responsibilities: Digital platform management - (upgrades, fixes, new developments) Support delivery of new business functionality - understand implications for all stakeholders and other internal systems/applications Taking the lead on development and execution of user acceptance testing Seeking and responding to feedback in terms of identifying of functional issues  Team management - monitoring performance and tracking roadmaps update-467 Wed, 4 Mar 2020 GMT Digital Product Owner - GBP 45,000 - GBP 55,000 Despite the status of this prestigious brand, the digital team isn’t actually that big. This means that rather than being a cog in a large corporate machine where you can quickly get lost in processes, here, as Digital Product Owner, you will be having a very real impact on the business - directly controlling and overseeing the ecommerce customer experience for the entire global estate. Key responsibilities: Website management: Responsibility for optimising the functionality and user experience of the website, applying strong technical knowledge to all aspects of website operation (e.g. tagging, back-end dev, basic html, etc.) SEO: Support the Search Engine Optimisation strategy in conjunction with internal stakeholders and an external agency Project Management: Lead the execution and prioritisation of website projects, work with the web developement agency to deliver a roadmap of enhancements. Cross-functional skills: Work with 3rd party partners to understand their systems, identifying opportunities, gaps, risks as well as with internal teams and managing external agency relationships. The aim here is to deliver the type of seamless first class experience that customers expect from a world-leading luxury brand. This will at times be both a very strategic, and very hands-on role. update-466 Wed, 4 Mar 2020 GMT Head of Ecommerce Trading EMEA - Up to GBP 80,000 We are working with one of the world's most successful luxury fashion brands. The EMEA ecommerce team are based in London and although the brand is big, this business unit is relatively new so has a startup feel. It also means that however strategic the role of Head of Ecommerce EMEA might be, everyone is hands-on and as the business continues to scale, you'll be at the forefront. The role works closely with digital & retail operations, digital content, digital marketing and corporate buying & planning teams in the European offices, as well as the digital commerce teams in the US and partners around the world. Key responsibilities: Develop robust, detailed revenue targets with clearly defined traffic and conversion KPIs  Develop e-commerce merchandising strategies based on data-driven KPIs Work closely with the stock planning, buying, merchandising and allocation teams Take full responsibility for the management of customer experience Continuously review and identify improvement opportunities across all aspects of the user journey and UX Highly efficient and effective working relationships with external partners, driving revenue and profitability Develop robust relationships with global teams, understanding their business models, marketing calendars, pricing structure, etc Collaborate with the omnichannel planning team to ensure optimal stock levels and product options at all times for ecommerce websites and omnichannel, drop-ship, marketplaces Develop a high-performing EMEA ecommerce team update-465 Tue, 3 Mar 2020 GMT Ecommerce Product Manager - Up to GBP 65,000 We are working with one of the world's most successful luxury fashion brands. And yet ecommerce in Europe and Asia is a relative startup, which means this role has all of the advantages of a major brand combined with a lot of the adventure and fun of a small ecommerce player. Their growth curve is remarkable and as  Product Manager EMEA you will certainly have the chance to really shape ecommerce. Key responsibilities: Understand business requirements and articulate business needs across teams Manage and update backlog, tracking and reporting where required Collaborate with business analysts on user stories, acceptance criteria, etc Collaborate with UX team (define user journeys, user experiences, etc) adhering to business requirements Working as part of a global team, partner with design, development, delivery and analytics teams Communicate objectives ahead of launches and tracks metrics Implement competitor analysis, market research, usability studies Identify opportunities to drive and prioritise improvements, creating business cases Understand and communicate business needs, customer needs and technological scope when designing website features If you enjoy high growth environments where you can spread your wings, this could be the perfect career move.   update-464 Tue, 3 Mar 2020 GMT Paid Search Manager/ PPC Manager - GBP 30,000 - GBP 35,000 Primarily focussed on owning PPC activity, there is huge scope and scale ahead for a switched-on, commercially-minded Performance Marketing Executive, with either an agency or clientside background, to join an online marketplace as their ecommerce growth matures. Key responsibilities: Performance marketing Managing PPC and Shopping campaigns on Google Adwords and Bing Ads, as well as social and retargeting networks Testing Implement A/B and multivariate testing to continuously improve ROI and performance. Landing page testing and optimisation Optimisation of all PPC activity, including bid management, creative and engaging copywriting and competitor benchmarking Budget management Monitor and adjust spend inline with targets Reporting Track KPIs to assess performance, compile analysis and produce reports Stay up to date with performance marketing trends and activity Based in Central London Digital Marketing Executive - Performance Marketing - PPC executive - PPC manager - Paid Search Manager - Paid Search Account executive - Paid Search Account manager - Biddable Account Manager - Biddable Account Executive - SEM Executive   update-462 Tue, 18 Feb 2020 GMT Performance Marketing Manager - Up to GBP 35,000 A chance to be part of the changing world of wine sales as the Performance Marketing Manager for a fast growing online retailer. Primarily focussed on owning PPC activity, there is significant scope and scale ahead for a switched-on, commercially-minded performance marketing whizz to join as their growth and evolution really matures Key responsibilities: Performance marketing Managing PPC and shopping campaigns on Google Adwords and Bing Ads, as well as social and retargeting networks Testing Implement A/B and multivariate testing to continuously improve ROI and performance. Landing page testing and optimisation Optimisation of all PPC activity, including bid management, creative and engaging copywriting and competitor benchmarking Budget managementMonitor and adjust spend inline with targets Reporting Track KPIs to assess performance, compile analysis and produce reports Stay up to date with performance marketing trends and activity update-460 Thu, 30 Jan 2020 GMT Digital Product Owner - GBP 45,000 - GBP 50,000 We are looking for a commercially-driven Digital Product Owner to join a hugely successful European travel brand. The Digital Product Owner will design and deliver a leading digital customer experience which continues to shake up the travel market and put the customer first. Reporting into the Product Manager your key responsibilities and skills include: Shape and deliver digital features, working with UX consultants and agencies, based on customer insight, analytics, usability/MVT results, and best practice knowledge Drive a programme of continuous improvement to optimise areas of responsibility and enhance usage & customer experience Maintain a pipeline of development, proactively identifying areas of opportunity through internal feedback, analysis and customer insight Support and assist internal teams (e.g. Customer, Commercial, Operations, Content, Legal, etc) Liaise with internal stakeholders to understand and convert business requirements into forward-thinking online experiences Experience of a large-scale website overhaul and digital design updates Experience of Ecommerce transactional websites (travel, retail)   update-459 Thu, 23 Jan 2020 GMT CRM & Email Executive (East London) - Up to GBP 30,000 We are looking for a creative Email & CRM Executive to be an integral part of the Digital Marketing team for a long established children's retailer. Naturally quality and service are paramount to this family-run business and they're looking to reflect that with their CRM strategy to nurture customer relationships. Key Responsibilities: Building and send emails, adhering to email best practice and brand guidelines Testing, tracking, analysing and identifying opportunities to boost traffic and drive engagement Retaining and growing the customer database, driving awareness and maximising revenue Identifying customer segmentation for automation and targetted content Reporting on performance metrics with wider team     update-454 Wed, 8 Jan 2020 GMT Ecommerce Trading Manager - GBP 35,000 - GBP 45,000 2020 is the perfect time to join a vibrant, evolving fashion brand and take charge of their online sales. This is a brand new role and as the first Ecommerce Trading Manager, you'll have an immediate impact on the continued growth of this family-run multichannel retailer. Key responsibilities: Take ownership and drive ecommerce sales. Develop and execute the ecommerce strategy to achieve targets inline with budgets, propose actions to drive sales and ensure sales targets are met.  Report and monitor key sales, sharing with the wider sales teams. Oversee and develop the user expereince of the website including site navigation, customer journey and check out flow.  Track and improve product performance, availability, returns, etc Work with the content team to ensure key lines are highlighted (best sellers, promotions, new launches, etc)  Liaise with email marketing, online merchandiser, product executive and retail. Run weekly and regular ad hoc analysis to report on KPIs and visitor behaviour across the website and form trade actions off of the back of the data.  Analyse of competitior activity, ecommerce trends, identifying and implementing actions, where relevant and effective. Managing stock levels and allocation   update-453 Tue, 7 Jan 2020 GMT Web Analyst - GBP 40,000 - GBP 50,000 We are working with a hugely successful European travel brand. With an overflowing pool of customer data, they are looking  for a commercially focussed Web Analyst to shape the data into actionable reports and deliver to the wider business. Help build and manage the Web Analytics team Work with board level stakeholders to build MI requirements – delivering intelligible reporting Work with internal teams such as commercial, analysis, acquisition and marketing to identify reporting needs Drill down large data sets and multiple analysis options to provide actionable reports and analysis Build automated reports as well as self-service reporting dashboards Make recommendations for CRO and Digital Acquisition Introduce new tracking / reporting capabilities arising from new platforms / tools Key skills Proven team leader able to lead and develop the analytics team adding head count as required. Advanced knowledge of Web Analytics packages (Google / Adobe / IBM) Very strong experience in dashboard presenting platforms (e.g. Data Studio, Tableau) Strong experience with Tracking / Tagging platforms (e.g. GTM) MVT, A/B, Analytics tools Confident and clear when presenting to key stakeholders Highly analytical, with very strong problem-solving skills and the ability to design and input in to new processes in a fast paced, dynamic environment. Flexibile approach to working in a cross-functional environment where multiple priorities and ambiguities need to be managed update-448 Mon, 2 Dec 2019 GMT Ecommerce Manager - GBP 50,000 - GBP 55,000 We are looking for an influential CRO manager to join a hugely successful European travel brand to optimise conversion rate across multiple platforms (mobile, tablet, desktop, apps) and provide leadership and direction for a results oriented team. Key responsibilities: Drive and own headline KPIs around conversion rate, ROI and engagement Work with internal teams such as commercial, analysis, acquisition and marketing to identify opportunities to drive improvements in KPIs Understand commercial objectives and trading parameters to inform decision making Work with external agencies and internal development resource to deliver a flexible CRO roadmap (User Experience & funnel) Champion MVT and A/B testing capabilities and initiatives Develop reporting for CRO initiatives, presenting to senior stakeholders Work with the internal analytics team and external suppliers to drive personalization Based in Luton update-447 Mon, 2 Dec 2019 GMT