Betonggruvan söker E-commerce Manager

Betonggruvan befinner sig i en expansiv fas där utveckling av vårt hyllsystem Portal står i fokus. Vi är ett litet men tight team som älskar funktionell design och att hjälpa våra kunder att hitta de bästa lösningarna för just deras hem.

Hyllsystemet Portal är en komplex produkt med många delar, val och kombinationsmöjligheter. Vi arbetar hela tiden med hur vi kan erbjuda kunden hjäp och stöd vid köp av hyllsystemet.

Nu söker vi dig som går igång på e-handel och att hitta nya smarta vägar för att ge kunden en härlig upplevelse. Du är uppdaterad på de senaste trenderna och lösningarna inom e-commerce och growth marketing och tar en idé hela vägen till genomförande och lansering. Att identifiera och förenkla säljprocessen Ãr grunden i din roll men du kommer också att vara involverad i strategiska beslut kring produktutveckling baserat på vad kunderna efterfrågar. 

Vi tänker oss att du har:

  • Utbildning som e-commerce manager eller motsvarande kunskaper
  • Erfarenhet från en liknande roll och vana att driva egna projekt
  • Erfarenhet av att optimera och utveckla en webshop med dokumenterat resultat
  • Erfarenhet och vana av att optimera nyhetsbrev och digitala kampanjer
  • Goda kunskaper inom trafikdrivande åtgärder, kundbeteenden och att bygga lojalitet, konverteringsoptimering och kundanskaffning
  • Analytisk förmåga och kunskaper inom webbanalys och verktyg som Google Analytics och Adwords
  • Erfarenhet av att jobba med WooCommerce är meriterande
  • Kunskaper i html/CSS

Som E-commerce Manager hos Betonggruvan kommer du ha både stor frihet och ett stort ansvar, med möjlighet att påverka företagets framtid.

Du kommer sitta på vårt kombinerade kontor och showroom på Roslagsgatan i Stockholm. Tjänsten är deltid, 40% och lön enligt överenskommelse.

Skicka din ansökan till senast 25 juni men så snart som möjligt. Vi längtar efter att höra från dig!

Har du frågor om tjänsten är du varmt välkommen att höra av er till mig pà 0708-710 691 eller josefine@betonggruvan.se

Thrive at home: Ida Hansson

In Betonggruvan’s mini interview series we explore what makes people thrive at home.

Today we meet stylist and interior designer Ida Hansson, also known as @nordic_remake.

Ida is a maker and often shares DIY projects on her instagram. She lives with her family in a house in Umeå. Follow her and her creativity on instagram and read about her latest home project below!

Hi Ida!
What is your favourite item in your home and why is it so?

The last year we have expanded our old little house with a new hallway. The very best thing in my everyday life is therefore a site-builded wardrobe for our family of five. I love the feeling of making order and having simplicity in my everyday life! We even have a drying cabinet hidden in this wardrobe, a luxury with 3 kids that spend a lot of time playing outside in all different weathers.

How did it become yours?

It took us many hours, money and a lot of energy to make this long time dream come true, but its so much worth it. Our house is our life project, and a lot of things are still on our ”want to do list”… The best thing is to make this  together with my husband, we are a great team!

When do you feel your very best at home?

Saturday mornings with my second cup of coffee is one of  my very best moments in life. Time to calm down, relax and fill upp with new energy and creativity.

What do you want to recommend?

When you feel a bit shiftless and empty, take a silent walk in the nature and just let it fill you up with fresh air and undemanding inspiration. You never regret taking care of your health.

Thrive at home: Lina Andersson

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In Betonggruvan’s mini interview series we explore what makes people thrive at home.


Today we meet Lina Andersson, colorful art director and creative living in Malmö with her family. Lina works in an agency and is also the owner and designer of accessories brand Lite Kalabalik. Let’s hear her thoughts about her home.


What is your favourite item in your home and why is it so?

Our cabinet in the kitchen. We have all the necessary stuff for the kitchen in it. And it´s perfect for decoration and stilleben on top of. Easy to change after season and mood. Me and my boyfriend bought it for 300 SEK at ”Sopcentralen” (like a permanent flea market) when I was pregnant in ninth month. And we had to paint it like ten times befor we (I…) was satisfied.

When do you feel your very best at home?

A friday night with potato chips, happy mini and take away food.

What do you want to recommend?

Buy old stuff and re-paint! And I think a happy home is the home you are happy in. Not the home you decorate with expensive design.

Thrive at home: Klara Doktorow

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In Betonggruvan’s mini interview series we explore what makes people thrive at home.

This Sunday we chat with @klaras – Klara Doktorow, TV maker and podcaster living on Kungsholmen in Stockholm with her man and two kids. We love to follow Klara on instagram, she has a way to describe life that is both sincere and fun. Let’s hear about her feelings for her home.

 

What is your favourite item in your home and why is it so?

Oh, that must be the sofa. It’s perfect and beyond comfortable. Milky white but easy to wash in the machine. And it means a lot to me. This was the very first item me and my husband Kjell bought for our home. We’d only been dating for two months when we found it on 40% sale at Walles & Walles. It was still really expensive, but we were crazy and in love and it was very romantic. We’ve loved it every day since. And it’s perfect to sleep on when we fight.

When do you feel your very best at home?

When I cook! Or fall asleep on the sofa after dinner and a glass of red wine.

What do you want to recommend?

More is more. I’m not a minimalist. I’m the old lady with many cats!

 

Don’t miss Klara’s podcast @trettiplustrevar!
 

Thrive at home: Marta Vargas

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In Betonggruvan’s interview series we explore what makes people thrive at home.

Today it is time to take a chat with Marta Vargas – graphic designer, photographer and art director. Originally from Barcelona she now lives in Stockholm, in a light and calm apartment with her boyfriend and an avokado tree. Read her story about the tree and her philosophy below. Happy reading!

 

 

What is your favourite item in your home and why is it so?

My favorite item is probably my avocado plant. I always say that if my house caught fire my avocado plant would be the first thing I would try to save. I remember putting an avocado seed in water when I moved to Sweden, five years ago. It took several months to start growing roots, I actually thought it wasn’t going to happen, but I kept it on my windowsill anyway. When I broke up with my boyfriend at the time, I went to Copenhagen on my own and spent few days there to go through it all. When I came back, I was surprised to find that the seed had started growing leaves while I was away. I understood it as a beautiful sign, and since then, we have been growing together. I have had many avocado plants, but none has grown so big and beautiful as this one. 

When do you feel your very best at home?

I love the light at our place. I feel the very best when I can enjoy the light shades of the trees reflecting on the walls, when everything is clean and tidy and Graeme and I potter around doing our own thing. Slow moments at home are my absolute favorite.

What do you want to recommend?

I recommend to not get attached to things. In the end, they are just that: things. To not bring items to your home that do not bring you absolute joy. To embrace imperfection, and to not get upset or annoyed when your favorite item breaks or gets worn out. I once read this fragment in a book, and it has changed my perception around items I love: ”To me, this cup is already broken. Because I know this, I can drink from it and appreciate it fully. And when it falls off the table, I understand. It’s the way things are.”