Job: Website and Webstore Manager – Nutcase Helmets

Job Title *
Website and Webstore Manager

Company/Organization *
Nutcase Helmets

Job Description *
The Website and Webstore Manager is directly responsible for daily and long-term maintenance of the Nutcase Helmets site and ecommerce store, and in managing our direct-to-consumer email marketing program. The role involves using a suite of web technologies and tools and requires a functional knowledge of front-end web languages. In particular, the Website and Webstore Manager is responsible for ensuring the sustained success and profitability of our ecommerce sales channel.

The Website and Webstore Manager also works closely with the marketing team to ensure the success of a variety of other campaigns, marketing initiatives, and programs. An ideal candidate would be self-motivated, comfortable with a position that evolves over time, and allows room for incorporating new technologies and new responsibilities.

The role includes (but is not limited to) the following duties:
•Proactive maintenance of brand website, and international multi-sites, with WordPress
•Active development of brand ecommerce channel on Shopify, using front-end development languages and ecommerce insights
•Write, edit, and schedule regular direct-to-consumer email campaigns, using Mailchimp
•Interpret Google Analytics data and other ecommerce metrics to make and implement optimization recommendations based on those insights
•Content production and writing for web, blog, and other digital marketing copy

•At least two years in digital marketing or web design
•Working knowledge of WordPress, and ideally Shopify, but in lieu a willingness and ability to learn new technologies quickly
•Familiarity with front-end web development languages, and ability to debug potential issues
•Knowledge of, and interest in, current web development frameworks and processes
•Skilled with Google Analytics, or expertise with interpreting marketing datasets and making reasoned recommendations
•Excellent grasp of grammar, punctuation, and spelling, and the ability to channel the energy of the brand in official writing
•Eye for design and attention to detail
•Working knowledge of Photoshop and basic web design principles
•Skilled with Apple products and applications
•Willingness to learn new technologies and web tools as the position develops
•Preferred: a personal interest in cycling, and familiarity with current trends and conversations within the industry

How to Apply *
Email your cover letter and resume to by 9am on August 22nd, 2016.

Jonathan Maus (Publisher/Editor)

Jonathan Maus (Publisher/Editor)

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