Marketing  2023-02-28 09:31:36


£30000 – £35000/annum benefits


SEO Analyst, Amersham

The Company:

Brand have partnered with a fantastic company who are looking for an SEO Analyst to join their growing team. If you are data driven, technically minded and have SEO and website development experience, then this role is for you!

The Role: SEO Analyst, Amersham

You will be responsible for developing and implementing SEO strategies and ensure smooth running of the process.

Day-to-day you could be:

Analysing websites, flagging improvements, and creating SEO reports from findings.
Supporting web developers in making SEO improvements to websites.
Undertaking keyword research.
Conducting market and competitor research as well as identifying new opportunities.
Building SEO strategies and roadmaps.
To be successful, you must have…

Strong SEO and website experience.
A technical and data driven mindset.
The ability to manage multiple projects at one time.
Location: Amersham (hybrid working, 2 days WFH & 3 days in the office)

This company does offer hybrid working (2 days WFH), and is easily commutable from Aylesbury, Beaconsfield, Bletchley, Cheddington, Chesham, Denham, Gerrards Cross, Great Missenden, High Wycombe, Iver, St Albans and Watford.

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