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Associate Digital Performance Analyst

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Recruiter: National Institute for Health and Care Excellence
Listed on: 12th June 2019
Location: Manchester
Salary/Rate: £24214 - £30
Type: Permanent
Start Date: ASAP

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Are you the next Associate Digital Performance Analyst here at NICE?

You will be a passionate web analyst assisting our in-house Digital Services team to improve a number of websites by:

Analysing complex and large sets of web statistical data
Providing stakeholders with user-centered insights
Monitoring sites and generating regular reports
Auditing sites and implementing web tracking
Maintaining reports and platforms
Being an advocate for evidence-based decision-making

You will need to have:

Strong numerical skills
Strong communication skills to present complex concepts and to provide constructive feedback
Initiative, a can-do attitude and the ability to work autonomously
Ideally some experience in working in digital teams

In return we offer the opportunity to work in a welcoming workplace and a friendly and dynamic team as well as excellent staff benefits such as public transport seasonal tickets and flexible working.

We are also part of the NHS pension scheme, support professional training and provide the opportunity to be involved in rewarding work that helps improve health and social care.

About us.
Digital Services within NICE is responsible for delivering and improving all NICE's digital services and applications. Our strategy is to deliver services that meet our users' needs.

We're a 50 strong department but we work in small agile teams of developers, designers, business analysts and others. We build a minimum viable product, then measure and iterate. We're constantly improving our services to make them simpler, clearer and faster for our 2 million users a month.

We solve challenging problems with interesting technology but it's not all about the tech. We encourage personal development, both technically and professionally. We do this through training, conferences, our library, through "air and share" sessions within the team and communities of practice.

Our office is located right next to Piccadilly Gardens in Manchester city centre.

We will be assessing and scoring all applications on the 2/3rd of July and inform you if you have been successful and are invited to interview by no later than Friday the 5th July.

Interviews will be held on the 8th of July.

You can apply via the ''Apply'' button.

No recruitment agencies please.