• Preferably an undergraduate qualification in economics, statistics
• Advanced knowledge of excel a major advantage
• Interest in the digital media world
• A logical thinker that is good at problem solving
This role requires outstanding maths skills and computer competency is a must. This role would suit someone with an interest in digital, technology, economics and maths, keen to work hard, learn and become part of a fun team of like-minded individuals
iProspect is the world’s leading digital performance marketing agency, with a proven track record of delivering measureable business results by creating customised digital marketing programs.
Locally, we are a team of passionate specialists working across digital performance marketing products including: paid search, natural search, performance display, content creation, conversion optimisation, affiliates, lead generation, social media management, data and insights. Together we share one vision: to “become the world’s most influential digital performance agency and a critical partner for growing businesses”
As an organisation we pride ourselves on being values led. Our vision globally is to innovate the way brands are built and we base this vision on our five key values of being Agile, Pioneering, Ambitious, Responsible, and Collaborative. Our values are core to the way we operate and think.
Search Engine Marketing (SEM) campaign management:
• Day to day management of assigned SEM campaigns
• Creating SEM keyword lists and ad copy
• Checking that campaigns start on time and deliver to schedule
• Optimising campaigns to continually improve performance
• Troubleshooting delivery and performance issues
• Identifying changes in the market that may positively or negatively affect clients’ campaigns
Display campaign management:
• Day to day management of assigned Google Display Network campaigns
• Checking that Display campaigns start on time and deliver to schedule
• Optimising Display campaigns to improve performance
• Troubleshooting delivery and performance issues
Reporting / Post-analysis:
• Creating reporting summaries
• Creating and interpreting Google Analytics reports
Learning and development:
Learning and remaining current with the following tools:
• Google Adwords
• Google Analytics
• Adwords Editor
• Bid management tools as required
• Excel, Word, Powerpoint
If you meet the criteria above and are interested in joining the fast paced world of Marketing Communications then send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to hearing from you!
Wow, worst ad i've seen in a looong time. Actually made me cringe.
Well done Nigel, energy and fun and success abounds.
And the race to the bottom continues for media agencies.
Tone deaf, out of touch, and choosing not to address a single issue that matters. Yep, this is an advertisement for the National party all right.
Really sad that Labour has become what it is today. The disappearing Middle Class and lower need a voice - Labour used to be it. Let's see how the Greens go.
The mind boggles at this stupidity and disrespect.
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