Head of eCommerce

Greater London Contract / 6 months £700.00 - £850.00 per day + Outside IR35

My client, a leading and global FMCG brand, is on the hunt for a Head of eCommerce who is an expert in online retailers and third-party platforms to help lead, develop and execute their marketplace eCommerce strategy.

This is a role which will be focussed on third-party platforms such as Amazon, Ocado, and other online retailers and quick-service eCom platforms.

You will have extensive experience with third-party platform and have an in-depth knowledge of emerging areas such qCommerce.

Key areas of responsibility:

  • Responsible for crafting, developing and sustaining the Third Party Online Partners strategy – working closely with the Head of Marketplaces Business Development
  • Build the strategy for new channels (e.g. qCommerce) and new fascia (e.g. new marketplaces), activate it and pilot
  • Develop the channels strategy that accounts for regional differences, the global operating models and aligned with omni-channel GTM for the full range my client’s product portfolio.
  • Develop top-down strategic partnerships with new Third-Party Online Partners

If keen to learn more and available at short-notice, email CV to tbradley@welovesalt.com. This is an OUTSIDE IR35 opportunity.

Job Information

Job Reference: JO-2209-259472
Salary: £700.00 - £850.00 per day + Outside IR35
Salary per: day
Job Duration: 6 months
Job Start Date: 03/10/2022
Job Industries: eCommerce Jobs
Job Locations: Greater London
Job Types: Contract

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