Football PPC Manager

Recruiter
William Hill
Location
London (Greater)
Posted
13 Nov 2017
Closes
16 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
There are lots of good things happening #behindthebet. By investing in technology, processes and our people, we'll realise a truly ambitious future vision in digital marketing. The best news is that you can be a part of it.

As a Football Pay Per Click (PPC) Manager you'll report into William Hill's Head of Sports or Gaming PPC, and will revel in your responsibility for Football based PPC business development. Creating and managing best-in-class PPC campaigns, you'll need to be always on the ball and thinking about future opportunities (no crystal balls necessary.)

You'll be monitoring performance and identifying areas for improvement. So you'll be someone who is continuously looking to make changes and have great ROI for your campaigns. We also want you to use your knowledge of digital marketing to spot new opportunities and innovation within PPC, constantly improving our offering.

You'll have hands-on knowledge of PPC systems such as Adwords, Doubleclick for Search and Google Analytics. You should be data orientated and highly fluent with Microsoft Excel. You'll also have experience of working on big budget PPC campaigns and be able to demonstrate your continuous improvement approach. It would be great if you had knowledge of football and the gambling and gaming industry but we'd still love to hear from you if you don't. It's your experience of PPC in a large online organisation (either from an in-house or agency perspective) that's important to us.

Make a difference to our customers across all digital touchpoints; working with a brand new team, in our brand new central London office. Sound good? We'll fill our end of the bargain too and make a difference to you by giving you a heavily-discounted zones 1 - 6 Travelcard. On top of our other great benefits of course.

Join us behind the bet and find out how we're making a difference.


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