PPC Manager

Employer
N Brown Group
Location
Manchester, UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
31 Oct 2020

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Sector
Marketing & PR
Contract Type
Permanent
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The team at N Brown are looking for a PPC Manager to join their team. They are in an exciting phase of change; along with the rest of the world, we are embarking on a hugely impactful digital journey, both for our people and our customers. What's great is that this position plays a key role in ensuring that we provide an unshakeable infrastructure to support our digital experiences, in turn providing unparalleled service to our customers.

As PPC Manager here at N Brown you will receive a competitive salary of up to £40,000 per annum (DOE) plus pension scheme, life assurance, 24 days holiday plus bank holidays, in addition to taking advantage of a holiday purchase scheme! You will benefit from our flexible working hours and fantastic location based in the heart of the northern quarter, Manchester. You will receive fantastic employee discount on our products, a discounted share purchase scheme and access to our Employee Assistance Programme and much more!

As a PPC Manager you will:

Develop our paid search capability with focus on data driven optimisation, shopping profitability, effective tracking and insightful reporting.
Plan paid search activity including strategy, budgets, targets and optimisation in order to reach business objectives in conjunction with the Head of Paid Search and Affiliates.
Manage implementation of activity, ensuring you, your team and agencies / partners deliver excellent results.
Evaluate success of campaigns against clear targets; analyse results and identify opportunities; feedback performance and actions taken to the Head of Paid Search and Affiliates and the Trading teams.
Create best practice methodologies to help us deliver a digital centre of excellence in the business.
Help create integrated digital campaigns by working with digital colleagues and other teams to find innovative ways to reach & communicate with our customers across channels & environments.
Be the eyes and ears of the business for paid search & the wider digital industry; keep up to date with developments in digital, spotting opportunities & assessing impact on our brands; keep colleagues up to date with developments.
Line manage PPC Executives, providing structured and ad hoc training/mentoring as required.
Help manage external agencies & third parties: ensure high quality of work to deadline and budget; develop and maintain positive and strong business relationship.
We are looking for a PPC Manager with the following:

Extensive and demonstrable experience in planning & implementing PPC campaigns.
An understanding of the ever-changing PPC landscape and able to come up with ambitious and innovative plans & creative strategies.
Fully conversant with the technical needs of the role including Search Ads 360, Google Merchant Centre, Google Analytics etc.
Results orientated & commercially focussed; comfortable crunching numbers to identify opportunities and focus on ROI; highly competent in excel and working with data; keen eye for detail; a full understanding of financial implications of campaigns.
Diligent: will treat campaign budgets as if it is their own money.
Previous experience to predict future outcomes and can use this for effective planning and optimisation decisions.
Loves the buzz of digital marketing and will be stimulated by constant change and development.
Working at N Brown you'll explore everything the world of digital retail has to offer - asking questions, trying new things and chasing new opportunities. Combine this curiosity with the freedom to make your own decisions, take charge of projects and work flexibly, and you've got the perfect place to show your skills and learn new ones.

If you would like to join the team at N Brown click apply now
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