As one of the UK’s leading agencies for eCommerce recruitment, Intelligent People specialises in placing the country’s most talented professionals in eCommerce jobs with our scale up, enterprise businesses across the UK and Internationally.

Our eCommerce recruitment approach

To deliver our quality service, we aim to meet with each and every one of our eCommerce candidates. This gives us a unique insight into the person’s character and motivations and helps ensure that any prospective employee who might join your payroll, has the ability to grow and develop with your organisation.

We deliver a seamless and smooth recruitment process whilst unlocking the right skills to drive your company forward.  We are experts in eCommerce recruitment and our objective is to make it easier for you to find the right person for the job. We have filled many hundreds of eCommerce vacancies since we opened our doors in 2002.

Our Process

Our expert consultants and researchers manage eCommerce recruitment projects from end-to-end using our 6 step process.



— Define the ideal candidate
— Write job description



— LinkedIn recruiter tool
— 35,000 strong candidate database
— Job board advertising


Screen & Select

— Decide whether the candidate has the right experience, knowledge and expertise



— Advise on the selection process
— Organise and diarise candidate interviews into schedule



— Job offer
— Clarify salary and benefits, working hours, contract length and start date



— Bringing new hires into an organisation
— Colleague introductions

I need to hire

Tell us more about your vacancy and what you are looking for in a candidate.

We’ll listen carefully to your needs and using our industry experience and vast network, we’ll connect you to real talent in the market.

Fill in this form or alternatively contact us on 01727 736690.

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eCommerce roles we recruit for

With a dedicated Executive Search arm of the business, we support businesses in important executive appointments. We advise on where the talent may be, what you should offer as a package and how to engage and retain the very best candidates.

eCommerce Manager

Salary expectations: £50,000 – £70,000

An eCommerce Manager oversees the strategic direction and daily operations of an online sales channel. The main objective is to drive revenue growth and profitability by managing the online store or platform efficiently. Responsibilities include developing eCommerce strategies, optimising user experience, managing products and inventory, executing digital marketing campaigns, reviewing metrics, and collaborating with teams to achieve business goals. 

Head of eCommerce

Salary expectations: £90,000 – £110,000

This Head of eCommerce role is often a transition from managing an eCommerce site to managing the people within the eCommerce team, giving them the direction to do their jobs effectively. This level often has full profit and loss responsibility, defining the strategy and leading teams across all eCommerce touchpoints including online, digital and CRM, ensuring continued growth.

eCommerce Director

Salary expectations: £110,000 – £170,000
An eCommerce Director will be responsible for all aspects of the strategic plan. They should deliver the best customer experience by managing teams across sales, marketing, and technology to success. There will be particular emphasis on the eCommerce website, driving traffic through promotional campaigns and content, whilst optimising the sales conversion funnel.

Vice President eCommerce

Salary expectations: £130,000 – £250,000

The VP eCommerce is responsible for setting the eCommerce vision and overall direction of the multi-functional teams within the business. Similarly, to the Director, the VP needs to ensure all teams understand the company’s goals and objectives, allowing them to create campaigns to drive traffic, conversions and ultimately profit for the business. The VP will need to execute full lifecycle project management on eCommerce projects, selecting vendors and managing relationships for success.

eCommerce interview questions to ask

We’ve complied a list of the best 50 eCommerce interview questions to ask eCommerce candidates at any level.