Our sites and portals should of course optimally facilitate citizens and companies in arranging their tax affairs digitally. But how customer-friendly are they really? With your measurements and reports, you as a technical web analyst show from your workplace in Utrecht to what extent we succeed in this. You do this at the tax authorities You ensure reliable measurement of online customer interaction. In this way, you contribute to the substantiated optimization of the online services to citizens and companies. You do not limit yourself to one specific part. But you are involved from A to Z in the actual and measurable solution. You move along with the latest insights and techniques in this. Area so that we stay connected to the latest developments. You are responsible for the design of the tagging of our websites and portals. You devise, implement (yourself or help developers do this) and check that everything works correctly. This way you and your colleagues provide analyzes and reports.
That Everything Works Correctly
With these insights, we can continue to improve our services to citizens and businesses. A special job, because… You contribute to the optimal functioning of sites and portals that have about 200,000 visitors per day. You are responsible for a logical tag set-up; Ensure consistency in the tag designs of the different sites, forms and applications. You provide insights that are crucial for Benin Phone Number the further improvement of digital services to citizens and businesses. “Our site www.belastingdienst.nl and the customer portals can count on a huge number of visitors all year round. Those high numbers provide an inexhaustible resource for improving the daily online experience of hundreds of thousands of citizens and businesses with our analytics.” Jan-Wolter, web analyst. When is this job right for you? You have HBO work and thinking level. You have at least five years of relevant experience, of which two years as a technical web analyst.
Everything Works Correctly