Director of E – Commerce
December 16, 2017 - December 16, 2017
Find out the typical duties requirements and opportunities of a Director of E – Commerce”¦
As Director, you will be analysing, reviewing, recommending and building strategic and tactical changes to Internet Properties that drive business profitability by increasing visitors, improving conversion rates, capturing larger average order sizes and managing margin performance.
”¢Identify key project stakeholders including internal and external stakeholders and develop strong partnerships.
”¢Collaborate with stakeholders, customers, designers, developers and testers to gather requirements. Document findings in a Business Requirements Document for consumption by IT.
”¢Review project functional specifications to identify missing, incomplete or incorrect requirements with respect to business requirements and work with appropriate partners to resolve.
”¢Build and leverage solid working relationships with senior leaders, stakeholders, other Product Owners, and the delivery organization to facilitate the achievement of enterprise and dot com strategy.
”¢Validate projects after deployment to ensure they meet all operational and business requirements.
”¢You will be required to produce daily, weekly and monthly reports as well as ensuring the data quality through our different channels.
”¢Ensure that the content is always up-to-date and brand consistent.
”¢5 years of relevant experience in project or product management
”¢Having technical skills with knowledge of general Internet, database, and user interface design
”¢Familiarity with web-based product development, workflow modelling and understanding of typical technology architecture and transactional web sites.
”¢Understanding of software processes (development, configuration, testing, and deployment) is critical in this role.
”¢Must be able to manage multiple tasks and projects simultaneously, prioritize workload effectively, and thrive in a dynamic and complex environment.
”¢Effective written and oral communication with multiple levels of business and technical leadership.