You will be working in the marketing team reporting to the Head of Marketing and managing all advertising (PPC, affiliates, display, paid social) accounts for the agency’s clients. This role is ideal for anyone who is looking to broaden their experience from a PPC account manager to other online advertising channels, at the same time helping to grow the agency’s client base and the digital marketing team.
Experience in an agency/fast paced environment – Ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines
Minimum 2 years experience with Google Adwords with both search and display network campaigns
Experience with or at least understanding of other online advertising channels, such as Affiliates and Programmatic Display advertising
Experience in managing multiple advertising accounts
Google Partner status gained
Experience with Google Analytics
Experience of managing a team preferable
Great analytical skills and an expert at working with data to find insights and manage advertising accounts effectively.
Commercial understanding of the agency model and how advertising accounts can deliver a positive ROI to clients
Gain a strong understanding of our clients products and services and be able to align a digital advertising strategy to help achieve their goals
Managing all advertising accounts (PPC, Affiliates, Display, Paid Social) for clients including account set up, structure, keyword research, targeting and reporting
To fully manage accounts directly with the client
Assist in pitching for new advertising accounts and being the go to person in the agency for any advertising questions.
Be able to manage multiple budgets and forward forecast ad spend for client accounts.
To drive the accounts you manage forward with new suggestions, split testing etc to help improve reach and deliver results
Be able to delegate and train other members of the team in monthly maintenance of the advertising accounts to assist in building the team
Responsible for all the display advertising creation and good experience with working with creative teams to define banner briefs