Are you an Ecommerce Assistant, who is au-fait with Amazon and eBay market places? If so, then this could be role for you!
Based in Birmingham, this online retailer has great visions for the future and is reaching its goal to become the best online retailer of the goods that they sell! They are committed to providing the best online customer experience, and are looking for an Ecommerce Assistant who shares the same goals to join their team. In this role, you'll focus on external market places including Amazon, eBay, and Mano Mano, and shall be working closely with the Product Manager develop and maintain sales across those platforms. On a day-to-day basis, you will be uploading accurate and optimised product information across all sites, will be optimising existing listings, and managing pay-per-click advertising on Amazon and eBay, in order to increase sales, exploit opportunities, and maximise revenue. It will also be in your remit to research new products, monitor online sales performance, and provide regular reports on the effectiveness of the market places.
What we're looking for
To be considered, it's essential that you have at least one year's experience in ecommerce, a good understanding of eBay and Amazon market places, and strong experience of selling through these sites. As you will be creating reports, it's also expected that you have a good understanding of figures and data, which are sales driven. Self-motivation, ambition, and positivity are all traits that you should have, as our client is looking for someone who fits in well culturally, and is able to work with a small but growing team.
What's on offer
Upon joining this company, you'll be offered a salary between £18,000 and £22,000, depending on your level of experience. This is a great chance to become part of a small company, which has great growth plans and ambition. If this role has you eager to apply, then please do so by sending your CV across to us via the link! Alternatively, please feel free to contact Debra on 0121 355 0955 and quote reference 1415.