£28,000 - £32,000 pro-rated
29 Nov 2012
13 Oct 2012
Agency, Media, Other

Job Description

Founded in 2010 by a team of 4 from Google’s London and New York offices, QuBit is a high-growth startup building tools that help some of the biggest names in eCommerce.

Our team of Developers and Analysts work on consultancy projects for major clients like the Arcadia Group, John Lewis, the Financial Times and Legal and General. They examine each websites’ data to identify inefficiencies, and give recommendations that help companies generate additional profit.

We are looking for an Analyst to join our team on a temporary 3-month contract basis, with a view to becoming a permanent member of staff at the end. This is a great opportunity for a digital fanatic to get involved with big client projects from day one.

What You’ll Be Doing

Analysing large quantities of business, marketing and customer behaviour to help some of the eCommerce’s major players make critical business decisions.

Meeting with blue-chip clients and helping to present analysis and strategic insight.

Being responsible for discrete areas of problem solving for each customer project.

Gaining industry standard qualifications such as the GAIQ (Google Analytics Individual Qualification)

Candidate Requirements

What You'll Need

Any degree from a Top 10 University a strong academic record; disciplines with quantitative elements strongly preferred.

A very strong interest in every aspect of online businesses.

Excellent communication and presentation skills.

Distinctive problem-solving skills and impeccable business judgement.

Contact / Application Details

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