Campaign Manager - Digital Marketing Agency

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Certus Recruitment Group
London (Greater)
30-40k Base, 34-44k OTE + Executive Benefits
30 Nov 2017
17 Dec 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Campaign Manager – Digital Marketing Agency
30-40k Base, 34-44k OTE + Executive Benefits

As a growing multi award-winning, performance led digital marketing agency, our client delivers a full suite of services covering SEM, PPC, web presence, web design, video advertising, display advertising, online marketing analytics and so much more. Using proprietary technology, they have developed a strong account base covering small and mid-market companies. Due to growth, they now have an exciting opening for a Campaign Manager to be based at their W London office.

As a Campaign Manager, you will:
  • Work in an exciting and challenging role, managing digital campaigns for a growing portfolio client accounts
  • Manage a range campaigns across all major search platforms and mediums
  • Work closely with clients to strategically plan digital activity
  • Identify additional campaign opportunities
  • Manage campaign spend across all vertical markets and web services
  • Conduct extensive research
  • Interpret metrics via search engine reporting tools and the intelligent use of web analytics to deliver a solid ROI
The ideal candidate will possess:
  • A minimum of 3 years paid search experience
  • A strong focus on conversion and ROI
  • A good knowledge of search engine marketing, both paid and organic
  • The ability to generate and test creative copy
  • Knowledge of social media platforms and their advertising opportunities
The successful candidate can expect a base salary circa 30-40k with an additional bonus and generous benefits package.

Certus is an established and experienced specialist Recruitment Group, providing sales, digital, graduate and IT recruitment services to the business community throughout the UK.

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