- must have experience managing / supporting upto £1.5m paid search budgets
- salary £40-50k dependent on experience + 10-15% bonus
- excellent & generous benefits for your overall wellness at work and at home (read below!)
Our client is a leading Fintech with big plans for growth - think about apps that offer consumers the ability to save and invest on the go and a trading platform for more sophisticated high net worth forex investors.
We are seeking a PPC Manager that has experience of managing PPC budgets - with some experience of wider biddable channels, including paid social and programmatic ads, a plus.Key responsibilities
- Plan and execute PPC campaigns across international markets
- Monitor, analyse and optimise campaigns based on your industry and PPC expertise
- Conduct daily, weekly and monthly reporting to ensure optimal marketing performance
- Advise on strategy and help develop the global 360 marketing plan across all channels
- 2-3 years of paid search / SEM experience
- experience of working with paid search platforms such as GA, GTM, SEMrush
- working knowledge of other biddable channels: paid social and programmatic is ideal
What's on offer
- Happy to work hands on but he also recognise the need to be collaborative and bounce ideas off the team
- Growth mindset: this business is growing and acquiring other businesses and therefore broadening its product offering and is seeking like-minded people who can help grow - and grow with - the business.
- Excellent communication and organisational skills
- Successful growing business and working alongside genuine digital marketing experts
- Competitive salary + bonus.
- Bonus structure
- Choice of benefits covering everything you need to make your work-life and personal well-being tailored to you
- Cycle to work scheme
- Work from home flexibility ongoing
- Salary sacrifice pension scheme
- Medical insurance
- 25+ days holidays
- Social activities and regular team events
- + lots more
Our client is interviewing and seeking to hire ASAP - so apply now if this sounds interesting.