Senior Paid Search Specialist required for this growing NZ-owned digital media agency... Your chance to join this small but up-and-coming agency as part of the senior team
If this is you, this digital media agency wants the best of the best when it comes to their ideal candidate! You'll have a can-do attitude, be passionate about all things digital and have great hands-on experience providing you with a solid understanding of implementation, optimization and reporting of performance campaigns.
You will have 3-5 years' paid Search experience and possess advanced level SEM and analytics knowledge. You will be tasked with developing, implementing, managing, analysing and optimising successful Paid Search campaigns. As a Search Specialist, you will be comfortable in the development of strategic recommendations that drive client businesses forward through innovation and solid thinking.
This is definitely a client-facing role, so your client relationship and presentation skills will be a given. Ideally, you will already have a solid media agency experience working with local clients managing high levels of spend.
The Senior Search Marketer role reports into the agency partnership and as such will be part of a team of senior digital practitioners with over 10 years' digital marketing experience. You will be working in a dynamic agency environment with modern city-fringe offices and great mentoring and support that will allow you to advance as the agency continues to grow and develop.
If delivering outstanding client service and SEM outcomes for your clients get you up in the morning, we would love to talk about your next role with a great agency offering a stimulating team environment and great staff benefits.
Send your CV to email@example.com quoting Ref. 5961SP. Give Barry a call or simply click on the 'Apply via Email' tab.
Please note that applications will only be accepted from candidates who are currently eligible to work in NZ – local market experience required.
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