As a fast-growing ecommerce consultancy – with offices in London, Melbourne, Sydney and Hong Kong – we are always on the lookout for experienced and talented people to join our team. More details on particular roles we are currently recruiting for are shown below. However, we also accept speculative applications from experienced retailers who would like to further their ecommerce careers in a unique consultancy.
If you are interested in working across some truly exciting projects with the best people in the business, then get in touch with us at email@example.com
Practicology is searching for a Digital Marketing Specialist and SEO guru to join our growing Organic Marketing team. Reporting to our Head SEO Consultant, you will be the subject matter expert on all current SEO in our Sydney office ensuring that the latest best practices and guidelines are up-to-date in the business. With the ever changing search landscape in addition to the exciting challenge of managing and working on a multitude of client varieties, this role is open to an individual who relishes in being able to develop new approaches and think out of the box to execute SEO best practices.
Location: Melbourne Office.
As Practicology grows, the UK organisation has identified the need to grow the internationally experienced consulting team, looking for:
As a consultant, you will be expected to have the ability to see how the customer experience at the front end needs to be consistent as they move from one touchpoint to another, and you also see how different business functions need to join together to create customer excellence.
Day-to-day life as a consultant in Practicology is hugely varied. Consultants work on project teams that form, and reform with different team members depending on the scope and requirements of the project. You may be researching the state of ecommerce in the West Coast of the USA one day, and pulling together examples of best practice Social CRM, or being asked to improve ways of working across a marketing and ecommerce team the next.
The role suits people who have depth of experience in one particular ecommerce discipline, but with a thirst to work cross-functionally and broaden their experience.
Minimum one year of multichannel or ecommerce experience – ideally both, gained in a fashion organisation that services the US markets
Demonstrable knowledge of US retailing/etailing
Demonstrable knowledge of being able to analyse and interpret an ecommerce P&L, and build a business plan
BSc/BA in Marketing, Fashion or Business Management/Administration
Expert in MS Office, particularly Excel for data processing, and PPT for client presentations
Knowledgeable in CX disciplines and tools, including multivariate testing
Proficient in Adobe Creative Suite
Location: London office.