Technical Web Analyst

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  • Amsterdam
  • Den Bosch
  • 32 - 40 hours
Data professional working on a computer

By means of tagging, ensure that our clients' websites and their usage are tested with high data quality.

A job as a Technical Web Analyst at Digital Power

As a Technical Web Analyst at Digital Power, the importance of data collection is something you know better than anyone else. After all, if the data is wrong, wrong decisions will be made. Therefore, 'Measure to know' is the argument that always gets you to the right people at the table.

You will work with Adobe and Google tooling, tag management and data layers on a daily basis. With your technical knowledge of these systems, you can implement them successfully and make them work (together). You will also engage with your team to provide advice and coordinate technical issues.

In addition to your assignment(s), you will be part of our in-house community. Learn from and with your colleagues and help each other to become even better! Are you not able to figure something out? Our entire team will be there for you.

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About you

Good to know

Currently we are only hiring Dutch and EU/EEA citizens. We are in the process of becoming a sponsor for non-EU citizens, however we cannot make any promises at the moment. Also, you must live in the Netherlands during your employment at Digital Power.

Passionate about data

  • Clean and solid data and tagging implementation are things that energise you
  • You can clearly explain technically complex matters and bring people on board with this
  • You are up-to-date on developments in this field

Required experience

  • You have experience with Google and/or Adobe Analytics
  • You have experience with JavaScript and are able to check if your code works and evaluate it yourself, or you are keen to learn this
  • You have experience with a tag management system so you are familiar with data layers, triggers/load rules and configuring tags

What else?

  • You are fluent in the English language, both verbally and in writing
  • You are inquisitive and always eager for personal development
  • You think a good vibe at work is just as important as your profession
  • You get good energy from our Careers page

Don't have all the technical skills yet, but strongly motivated to become a Technical Web Analyst? Just apply! There are plenty of opportunities within Digital Power to train you.

We offer

We offer a starting salary of €2800 - €6500 gross per month, depending on your knowledge and experience.

Unlimited training budget and arrange your own working hours: read here about all the other things we can offer you.

What does your day look like as a Technical Web Analyst at Digital Power?

You start today with a workout, commence work a little later, and write another piece of code in the evening. Tomorrow, on the other hand, you start a little earlier so you can get to a dinner party on time. Or would you rather go to the woods with the dog at lunchtime? As long as you communicate clearly and are available for your clients and colleagues, you are free to allocate your time.

Where you work each week is a combination of being on-site at the client's premises, working from home, and, of course, an enjoyable day at one of our offices in Amsterdam and Den Bosch. You prefer to travel by public transport: great sustainability, flexibility and free for you, even on days you are not working. Is a (temporary) car more convenient for you? In consultation, many options are possible.

Organise your working week in a way that suits you. As long as you deliver excellent work, your clients are satisfied and your colleagues can rely on you, we are happy and proud to have you as our colleague!

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