Senior Website Designer, Nottingham, Years.com

Published 2022-09-24
Expires 2022-10-24
ID #1182065536
Senior Website Designer, Nottingham, Years.com
United Kingdom, Nottinghamshire, Nottingham,
Published September 24, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Senior website designer

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Make your mark on the world:You will have a rare opportunity to do something truly worthwhile every single day, by working with us to help dogs live longer years longer.With a founding team whose previous venture grew from zero to £48m turnover per a year within just 3 years you can be certain you will never be bored, and you will learn and develop more than you ever thought possible.A start-up like no other:Fully fundedExperienced founding teamBrand new 25,000 sq.ft HQ & production facilitiesTargeting a £1 billion valuation within 5 yearsCommercial success is only relevant because it will fund our ability to help millions of dogs each and every year to live longer. If you want to make your mark on the world, if you want to help dog parents enjoy more years of happiness with their pets then you need to come join us today.Your role helping dogs live longer:In short you will be responsible for ensuring our website which is viewed by every single company is not only beautiful, but converts and as beautiful UX.You should care about not being average, but being extraordinary.Taking full ownership over the continuous improvements of the websiteImplementing strong UI throughout the website alongside conversion rate optimisationReviewing analysis of the customer journey and pain points - suggesting how these can be solved with better designReviewing web site conversion rates and suggesting how better design can improve the overall conversion rate of the websiteUsing content management systems to ensure optimal efficiencyReporting all of your successes directly to the founding teamYour background/skillsExperience in designing for Shopify plus websitesAn understanding of customer journeys and conversion rate optimisationA passion for not just designing pretty but for looking at the data and designing effective, high converting, great UI customer experiencesIncluded with your salary:33 days holiday inclusive of bank holidaysPrivate medical insuranceFlexitimeCasual dressDiscounts & freebies for your petsLocation:Nottingham (NG6)Monday to Friday

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