Senior SEO Manager

Posted By: Greg Phipps
Salary: £35,000-£40,000
Location: Newcastle + hybrid
Job Type: Permanent
Category: Sales & Marketing

Central Employment are seeking an Senior SEO Manager, as our award-winning digital media agency expand their Search team based in central Newcastle.  

Purpose of the Senior SEO Manager: 

As a Senior SEO Manager, you’ll be expected to own every aspect of your clients, building strong relationships and taking overall
responsibility for quality of work to devising award worthy strategies.

Responsibilities of the Senior SEO Manager: 

• To lead the development of SEO strategy for clients.
• Work with team managers to ensure account teams deliver on brief
• Own your clients, being accountable for strategy, performance & output quality.
• Carry out advanced testing & performance analysis, assessing impact of activity on client’s business (attribution, RoPoetc.).
• Review internal & external audits that are run on clients, translating scores into  actionable plans for the teams
• Own & manage client on-boarding & ignition process: from systems & finance set up through to meetings and status updates
• Work with team managers to identify workload pressures across the agencies client base. Escalating where necessary while devising and actioning a resolution

Experience required: 

• At least 3 years SEO experience.
• Experience in channel at a high level – SEO Manager or Senior Account Manager
• Experienced in driving SEO impact for a client or whilst working in-house.
• A sound grounding in digital media.

Apply Now!


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