Role:  eCommerce Executive – Luxury jewellery brand
Location: London offices (Hendon Central), 1 or 2 times a week depending on meetings
Salary: £25,000 to £40,000

 

The first thing to highlight here is this role isn’t just restricted to eCommerce. This role will work directly with the eCommerce Manager so no area of eCommerce is off limits!

Scheduling promotions, checking KPI’s, optimising conversion funnels, understanding yesterday’s performance, patterns and activity. Was it on trend? Were there things which need fixing? Building what promotional pages might look like for up-coming campaigns and working with other team members to get creative, content and pay layouts completed.

If you like to be busy and have a passion for eCommerce, where the work is fast-paced with quick turnarounds, but remains really high quality, you’re in the right place. This luxury brand is just that, with projects with turnaround times varying between 2 weeks to just 2 days. In fact, the environment is really similar to what you might find in a Growth Marketing or eCommerce agency but will be in-house, working directly for the brand.

You’ll be joining a scaling organisation, one that’s achieved double-digit growth in 23/24 and is moving into phase 2 of it’s digital transformation programme. It’s a well-oiled machine which functions very effectively day-to-day. They’ve been around for almost 80 years and have pioneered something of an evolution in selling luxury jewellery online, having been one of the first major players to introduce distance-selling high-end diamond jewellery in particular.

ABOUT THE ROLE

A key part of this role is to identify and implement opportunities to drive sales across all sales-generating areas of all websites, analysing all aspects of the customer conversion funnel to maximise conversion.

You’ll be working directly with the eCommerce Manager day-to-day and the Marketing Director on selected projects. Helping to deliver the objectives of the eCommerce team, including product launches, trading of the site, as well as reporting on trading performance, visual merchandising and briefing in content and collections, and overseeing their products on 3rd party retail websites (so all of the previous points mentioned, just handled on 3rd party sites).

Although the company has both B2B and B2C brands, your role will be solely focused on the D2C arm of the business.

Their branding is elegant, simple and classy. Their creative approach echoes and amplifies this.

If you love this kind of thing and are confident you’ve got the right stuff to succeed, apply now –

EXPERIENCE NECESSARY

  • Evidenced experience of doing similar to the above on behalf of a fast-paced retail, luxury or premium consumer-facing brand
  • Experience working on a complex eCommerce trading website
  • Collaborative working style, inclusive and very comfortable working in a small, close-knit team
  • Can demonstrate the ability to deliver high-quality outputs to tight deadlines and fast turnarounds.

TO APPLY

If you think you’ve got what it takes, you can share your Linkedin profile or email me a CV – it doesn’t have to be up to date, we can work on that once you decide you want to take this forward.

Or, for a chat and more information please contact me on:

Max Tullis-Turner
Practice Lead, Digital
Blue Pelican
01892 507130
max@bluepelican.com

To learn more about this role, please apply or contact Max directly on max.tullis-turner@bluepelican.com

How to apply

If this position is of interest please send us your CV here, or you can call Max Tullis-Turner direct on to discuss this and other vacancies that may suit.

Max Tullis-Turner

Email: max.tullis-turner@bluepelican.com