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Do U Adobe? 13 Companies Hiring People With Skills in Adobe Target, Adobe Analytics & Adobe Experience Manager

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It’s here! Adobe Summit! The Brooks Bell team has descended upon Las Vegas in hopes of rubbing shoulders with people who enjoy nerding out over A/B testing, personalization and analytics as much as we do.

Adobe Summit is one of our favorite conferences of the year—second only to Click Summit, which will always be #1 in our hearts. In honor of Adobe Summit, we’re putting a new spin on our monthly blog post of A/B testing jobs by focusing on companies that are specifically looking to hire people with skills in Adobe Target, Adobe Analytics and Adobe Experience Manager. Let’s dive in.

Blackrock is hiring a Platform Manager – Marketing Data & Analytics.

This role will be a mix of strategy, hands-on platform work, and success management. Main responsibilities include developing a strategic roadmap for BlackRock’s digital analytics capabilities, collaborating with internal players to develop scalable data platforms, leading training and education programs and more. The job description specifically requires expert-level experience with Adobe Analytics, Adobe Target and Tealium.

Sephora is hiring a Manager, CRM Analytics.

Help Sephora revolutionize their approach to personalization testing. In this role, you’ll be part of a cross-functional agile CRM scrum team, and will be responsible for the size, design, coordination, measurement and insights of A/B tests across email, mobile app, direct mail.

RedHat is hiring an Optimization Analyst to work out of their Raleigh, N.C. headquarters.

They’re looking for someone who is proficient in collecting and analyzing data from Adobe Analytics (or other similar web analytics tools) and has experience with A/B testing, multivariate testing, and website optimization tools like Adobe Target. Being that RedHat is one of our neighbors (sort of), we think this is a great opportunity to jump on.

A look inside Red Hat’s global HQ in Raleigh. Photo courtesy of Glassdoor.

Looking to work for a company that truly puts data at the heart of their business decisions?

MasterClass might be the place for you. They’re hiring a Data Scientist and a Sr. Analyst, Marketing/Product Analytics. Though these are distinct roles, both require knowledge of a/b testing and experience using web analytics tools, like Adobe Analytics.

Fanatics is hiring a Sr. Manager of Web Analytics.

In this role, you’ll be leading a team of analysts dedicated to using various data sources, including Web Analytics, to influence business decision making, improve the customer experience, and increase conversion. You’ll also serve as the owner of the Adobe Analytics suite, interfacing with other analytics practitioners within the company on the business and technology teams, and owning the external relationship with Adobe.

Are you an analytically-oriented developer?

Synchrony is hiring an AVP, Digital Analytics Developer. This role is charged with implementing effective analytics solutions for the company’s website and mobile native apps. Based on the job description, it looks like you’ll be working with Adobe Analytics and Google Analytics 360.

Join the checkout analytics team at PayPal.

The company is hiring a Sr. Analyst, Product Analytics to help improve the customer experience and product performance of PayPal Checkout and Payments. They’re specifically looking for someone who’s fluent in Excel, has experience with a statistical programming language, and experience using data visualization tools and web analytics tools like Adobe Analytics / Omniture.

The Hyatt Hotel Corporation is hiring a Manager, Digital Analytics- Data Audience, Martech and Digital Product Optimization.

That title is a bit of a mouthful, so maybe you can negotiate something a bit more concise when you get your offer. Either way, they’re looking for someone with a robust understanding of eCommerce, digital analytics concepts and tools to help them transform their digital experience through personalization, optimization and implementing a new DMP. They require “strong grasp of Adobe tools, including Analytics, Target and Experience Manager.”

Finally, if Adobe Experience Manager is more your game, check out these developer job opportunities.