PPC Business Development Manager

Recruiter
Central Employment Agency (North East) Limited
Location
London
Salary
30000.0000
Posted
19 Mar 2017
Closes
18 Apr 2017
Sector
Retail
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Central Employment are working alongside a rapidly growing Search, Digital Marketing firm in London as they look to appoint a PPC Business Development Manager.

As PPC Business Development Manager you’ll be reporting directly into the CEO which gives you a fantastic platform to work from and great exposure to the whole business.

The purpose of the role is to:

  • Create and develop new business opportunities in line with the new business targeting strategy across Paid Search
  • Take ownership for creating sales pipeline opportunities
  • Manage opportunities from prospect research to pitch

Role Responsibility

  • Develop, deploy and follow-up outbound prospecting campaigns
  • Review press for opportunities
  • Qualify opportunities as per minimum fees
  • Professionally guide prospects through the sales process
  • Mentor & develop other members of the business development team to sell Paid Search
  • Project management of pitch teams to respond to RFIs and RFPs, ensuring an exceptionally high written and design standard
  • Build relationships with online marketing managers, directors, CMOs
  • Handover clients to Client services as part of on boarding
  • Work closely with PPC Director to develop opportunities

The Ideal Candidate

  • Experience in digital performance marketing, ideally from a digital performance agency environment.
  • An understanding of paid search and how it can advertisers achieve their goals & targets
  • Commercially astute and can build rapport with prospects very quickly
  • In-depth knowledge of the broader digital space
  • Personable, presentable and articulate
  • A motivated and collaborative team player who is and outstanding written and oral communicator
  • A solid track record of generating profitable business
  • Google AdWords Qualified Certification is desirable although not essential