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Digital Media Manager - PPC, AdWords

Salary:£25000 - £30000
Benefits:onsite gym, 28 days annual leave inc bank holidays, pension,
Start Date:ASAP
Job Ref: EXEL13230
Posted: 19/06/2017
Job Description

Digital Media Manager : PPC, AdWords
£25,000 to £30,000

We are working with a leading ad and design agency to recruit a new Digital Media Manager for their team. This is an exciting time to join the business, they work with a national client base, and many well-known and respected brands.

Supported by 2 digital media colleagues in the team, along with account managers and directors, the successful candidate will be responsible for full digital media management of a small client base with a high spend. These are established clients with campaigns in place, and currently running, so the successful person will need to take the reins quickly and ensure things keep running smoothly. Your expertise however will also be valued, and from day one, bringing your own experience, skill set and ideas to the campaigns will be imperative.

The highest volume of work is paid search (PPC), but campaigns are also run on Google Display Network (GDC) and Facebook among others, and as such the right candidate should be AdWords qualified with detailed knowledge of multiple platforms.

Optimisation is done in house using their own scripts, rather than through 3rd party software, but an understanding of scrips would be beneficial but is by no means essential. Experience with using 3rd party optimisation software is also welcomed.

The office has a flat management structure, and its an all hands on deck attitude, everybody works hard and supports each other day to day, no job is too big or too small.

In return the successful candidate will be rewarded with a highly competitive salary, between £25,000 and £30,000 and some lovely benefits including onsite gym, 20 days annual leave + bank holidays, pension and a lovely work life balance.
If this is the opportunity you have been waiting for, then apply now.