An iProspect Digital Performance Manager is responsible for leading and managing agency resources to the delivery of high-quality service and digital solutions so that all client needs are met on time, to budget and to the highest standards of service. Reporting into the Digital Performance Director, you will also assist the appropriate Business Directors in developing short and long-term strategies for your client. You will be supported by the Digital Performance Analyst / Executive and are responsible for contributing to their development.
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.
Key Experience & Attributes:
• 2+ years’ experience within search/performance marketing responsible for planning and achieving performance related targets
• Proven knowledge of paid search tools
• Ability to explain engine algorithms and systems to colleagues to ensure day to day campaign delivery
• Strong analytical skills
• A proven record with large, complex campaigns
• Clear verbal and written communication skills, including a high level of English grammar
• Strong numeracy
• Proven record of developing Paid Search experts
• Strong experience of MS Word, PowerPoint and Outlook
• High level of Excel knowledge, including pivot tables, charts and formulae.
• Proven presentation and PowerPoint skills
• Competency with figures and simple calculations
If you meet the criteria above and are interested in joining the fast paced world of Marketing Communications then send your CV to email@example.com
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Oh that's clever!
If you'd entered your address at the start you would have seen your own house on fire.
Highlight has to be the pixelated Google Maps screenshot of a random house at the end. Awesome use of 360 though at the start! https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/8cfcca5c46202a0f03e6842228835df57359f78ab0db8b57678e58c4e5d89dd5.jpg
Great work Grant, awesome to see your business going from strength to strength.
The mish mash of styles in the 60 is equally average. Overall nothing worth showcasing here surely?
Lolz, the entire screed above is disingenous at best, leaning towards blatantly egregious. In fact, this is classic lefty Stuff, fake news. Its utter lack of credibility will not be assuaged by censoring comment with which the editorial team disagrees, ...
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