This means when you speak to your eCommerce recruitment consultant they’ll already have a good knowledge of the area you want to access, including the employment landscape, where the candidates and jobs are, the technology, salary levels, lead times, trends, issues and all the other information needed to help you.
Over ten years in this market we have worked a broad range of Online and New Media Organisations (including Online Retail, Travel, Media, Business Services & NfP).
Intelligent People recruit eCommerce generalists and professionals with specialist experience, such as Heads of Online, Digital Strategy Experts, User Experience & User Interface, Web Design & Development, Web Analytics & Customer Experience, Online Merchandising & Trading, Content & Editorial.
We always have a wide range of eCommerce vacancies open. eCommerce is what drives business in 2016, without it the economy would be on its knees. With the Brexit vote confirmed, it is vital that technology and particularly jobs in the online sector continue to drive Britain forward.
Crucial to our success is the fact that we always meet both clients and candidates alike. It is much easier to sell an opportunity to a candidate if we have been into your environment and understood your worth ethos. The same applies when we are talking to clients about candidates we represent. If we have met you and understand your career goals and aspirations as well as the finer points of your skillset, it makes it much easier for us to find that perfect fit.
eCommerce is expected to account for over 19% of total retail sales by 2019 (source eMarketer) with online sales reaching a staggering £60 billion in 2015 and £67 Billion predicted for 2016. You can see why it is a market of high demand for skills with plenty of job vacancies. Companies simply have to keep pace with consumer expectations. This means employing new and more advanced technology and techniques to ensure the consumer gets what he or she wants, and can complete transactions quickly, efficiently and securely online.
We also need to take account of the now inexorable move to mobile commerce (or mCommerce as it has been labelled). More search is now conducted via mobile device, that tipping point being reached some 2 years ago in the U.K. But now shopping via mobile devices is starting to come of age as well. We expect nearly £25 billion to be transacted via mobile in 2016. This again adds more new skills and vacancy requirements to this key area of jobs growth.
This is particularly so in a market like executive eCommerce where the skills requirements are ever changing and as a recruiter we need to make sure we are fully up to date with all the latest advances. That constant contact with the market ensures we can give you then best information and oppotunities. Our consultans keep their finger on the pulse of the eCommerce job market, keeping aware of the latest trends and ensuring they are able to offer you the best, impartial advice no matter if you are looking for your next career move or you are an eCommerce Manager looking to hire the best talent around. Make Intelligent People your first port of call.
Our service involves running specific campaigns for each assignment to find the best possible talent, however the fact that our consultants specialise in this sector means it’s likely that we’ll know relevant candidates and job opportunities almost immediately.
For more information on our eCommerce recruitment agency and to fill your current jobs and vacancies please call us now and speak to a specialist.