Analytics Manager

Are you a digital analytics nerd who wants to help support the LGBTQ+ community? We're looking for an Analytics Manager who can help us understand how to serve our users better.
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Do you geek out on spreadsheets, dashboards and behaviour flows? If that's the case and you fancy using that beautiful mind to have a positive impact on the LGBTQ+ community, keep reading.

Our goal is to deliver the best and most inclusive Pride that we can. Data is mega important to us, and we want to make sure we collect and process appropriate data to help us make the right call on the future of Pride.

Currently we have quite a basic analytics implementation across our website, app and application processes. That's why we're looking for an Analytics Manager to help us improve how we track and measure user behaviour and use that data to build new and exciting initiatives for Pride.

We need your help to identify where problems currently lie on our platforms, and to help us understand how effective our solutions are at solving them.

With the collection of any data, however, comes great responsibility! Though you'll sit in a team of digital natives, you'll also work with other data nerds to empower non-digital Pride volunteers to understand and use the data that you've collected to help make better decisions.

In this role you'll be:

  • Working with our Tech team to document the best way to capture analytics and insights on our projects
  • Recommending the best tools and setup to help us capture and monitor our data efficiently
  • Creating dashboards in Google Data Studio (and/or other recommended tools) to monitor performance of specific objectives
  • Managing tags on Google Tag Manager (with your GDPR hat on of course)
  • Regularly presenting back actionable insights to the wider team

What you get out of it:

  • The chance to own and deliver the Analytics strategy for the second largest event in London
  • The opportunity to experiment with new tools and data solutions
  • To learn new skills from a diverse Digital team and work with roles that you might not have experience of in your day job

Time commitment:

Each week you'll usually spend between 4-8 hours on Pride work. This includes a mixture of catchups, meetings and actual work. Depending on the projects we have on the go some weeks will be busier than others, but we'll give plenty of notice of what's coming up.

We don't count it as Pride time, but the Digital team are a pretty social team and get together when we can for fun too.

Or, know someone who would be a perfect fit? Let them know!


Our Culture

Our volunteers are driven and passionate about what they do. Putting on one of London's largest one-day events requires dedication and perseverance. 

Although a lot of our work is completed remotely, there will be plenty of opportunities to meet with your team and others throughout the year to not only plan what's ahead but to socialise too. 

We're looking for enthusiastic people to join the organisation so we can provide a platform for every part of London’s LGBT+ community. 

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