|Title:||Website and eCommerce Manager|
cPanel is seeking a Website and eCommerce leader to join our marketing team to build and optimize cPanel’s website. As the Website and eCommerce Manager, you will be responsible for developing strategies, measurement frameworks, and optimization plans for cpanel.net. You will partner closely with audience-specific marketers, marketing ops, IT, as well as the creative teams. The ideal candidate thrives in a fast-paced, growth-oriented eCommerce, SaaS environment.
The cPanel marketing team has employees in five countries. Most of the US-based team is located in Houston, Texas.
These are the essential duties for which you'll be responsible for
Create the vision for a best-in-class website, and implement it in partnership with marketing and IT
Develop and execute strategies for website optimization to support cPanel’s business goals
Own user experience, monitor performance and propose continuous improvements and key metrics such as traffic, trial downloads, conversion, and store volume
Take action through data-driven insights and execute with operational rigor and efficiency
Thrive in an ambiguous, entrepreneurial, high-energy environment that requires the ability to multi-task and implement high priority initiatives
Collaborate with Product and Customer Experience in the design and development of eCommerce programs
Collaborate and coordinate with counterparts in our European offices.
These are the skills, requirements, and experience we require
5 years of digital marketing including managing websites and eCommerce platforms.
Proven leadership of large E-commerce projects, e.g. web platform upgrades / re-platforming.
An in-depth understanding of search engines, search engine optimization and factors that influence high rankings.
Experience driving transparency in across global organizations and fast-paced environments.
Proactive, organized, with an eye for detail and combined with excellent project management skills.
Strong analytical and quantitative skills with the ability to use data and metrics to justify requirements