We are looking for an experienced conversion optimisation specialist to deliver significant increases in conversion rate and revenue for our clients around the world. You’ll be responsible for increasing the conversion rate for 3-5 varied websites, working with our team to understand users, create and run split tests. We work with interesting and varied clients – no two tests are the same. You’ll be supported by our expert team – letting you focus on creating and running great tests. The Director of Conversion handles most client interaction; our designer, developers and project manager will turn your concepts into tests on the client site and you’ll have access to our analyst and qualitative data specialist to support your research. You’ll have a wide range of experience in improving the conversion rate of multiple sites in different industries and will use your expertise in getting insights from quantitative and qualitative research to understand what stops a site’s users from converting. Browser to Buyer is an expert conversion optimisation agency. You’ll be joining a small, friendly team who are focused on taking the time to truly understand our clients’ businesses and customers and helping their sites to grow. As a fast growing company, this is an opportunity to be a big part of a small but dedicated team. We’re all remotely located, we support flexible working and offer great benefits. What you’ll do: Create successful A/B tests for 3-5 clients. You’ll propose concepts, create wireframes and plan the details of tests, then work with our excellent design, development and QA team to launch them on the sites. Run research and analysis on sites to understand users’ behaviour and what stops them from converting. Analyse test performance and create client reports, make recommendations on actions for live tests and recommend follow-up tests when appropriate. Take responsibility for the success of tests and creating a roadmap and plan to improve the conversion rate. Build a real understanding of our clients’ businesses and sites and the things that matter to them Work closely with the Director of Conversion to agree on client strategy, report on performance of tests and to discuss upcoming tests. Requirements About you: An expert at conversion optimisation (CRO) – proven with experience of successful research driven optimisation and testing on multiple sites. Great at using data and analytics to tell a story – you can identify the right metrics to track and analyse and present data in a meaningful and helpful way. An expert at Excel/Google Sheets and Google Analytics. Knowledge of SQL, Tableau or other BI tools is desirable. A hands-on problem solver with a can-do attitude – You’re comfortable getting creative and using a wide variety of tools and approaches to get the best results for the client. Practical and pragmatic – we’re driven by data and statistics but don’t get caught up in unnecessary processes. You make the right decisions for clients and solve only the problems you need to – don’t get caught in the weeds. Technical – You don’t need to be a developer but you should be familiar with the basics of how websites and pages are structured (or be ready to learn) and happy to work with a variety of research and testing tools. Knowledge of HTML, CSS, jQuery or regular expressions is a bonus. Benefits What will you get? A great salary, remote working and a good work-life balance. Freedom to experiment and innovate. The chance to work with a wide variety of clients who really care about testing and have made it a core part of their business. The chance to run interesting tests. In the last few months we’ve tested new product offerings, complete landing pages and subtle psychological nudges alongside a wide variety of more typical experiments. The support of an outstanding team, so you can focus on CRO and testing. The chance to work closely with and be mentored by a worldwide CRO expert with the opportunity to develop your skills and career Benefits: £45,000-£65,000 salary You can work from anywhere in the UK – we have always been a fully remote business and have a team across the world. 25 days holiday public holidays We believe in the benefits of face-to-face interaction so you may need to travel for team and client meetings (typically once or twice per month – mostly UK). We are happy to consider flexible working hours After completion of a three month probation period: Budget for home working setup (desk, chair etc.) Full support for professional and personal development through training courses and attending conferences Company contributory pension scheme
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