PPC Manager

Posted By: Greg Phipps
Salary: £38,000-£45,000
Location: North East
Job Type: Permanent
Category: Sales & Marketing

Central Employment are working with a leading eCommerce Retail organisation in the North East, as they look to expand their in-house marketing team with the appointment of a PPC Manager.  

Your Role

  • Leading on all PPC activity across the business to drive growth and improve the efficiency of our accounts.
  • Expanding campaigns to meet our growth targets.
  • Managing our key performance metrics across Google Ads, Microsoft Ads, and other paid search platforms
  • Maintaining the paid search budget, reporting on spend and efficiency of our PPC activities.
  • Analysing and reporting on key performance drivers
  • Keeping abreast of and embracing the latest and best industry trends and developments

Your Profile

  • You’re a dynamic, self-motivated, and clear communicator with the ability to get to the heart of complicated issues with speed.
  • You’re passionate about Paid Search and online marketing.
  • You’re commercially astute with a focus on delivering the right outcomes.
  • You’re highly analytical with strong project management skills.
  • We encourage creativity and want you to bring this when identifying opportunities and when finding solutions to problems.
  • You act with high levels of integrity, autonomy, and self-motivation.

Experience required:

  • Strong experience in Paid Search Campaign Management
  • Experienced with website analysis and analytical tools such as Google Analytics.
  • Track record and evidence of managing large scale PPC accounts successfully across a variety of verticals.
  • Google Ads / Microsoft Ads certification essential

Apply Now!

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