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PPC Manager

Are you a PPC Manager looking for an exciting, challenging, and evolving career in Google Paid Advertising? Love data and would like to use your skills to power PPC performance for our clients? Fancy working for the North West best small PPC agency?

Fluid Commerce is a multi-award-winning ecommerce growth agency located in the heart of Manchester’s Northern Quarter. We’re looking for a hands-on Amazon PPC superstar to join our growing agency. This role is a brilliant opportunity for an enthusiastic and driven individual ready to take on new challenges, manage a roster of ecommerce clients across different verticals, expand their PPC skillset, and gain insightful exposure into the complementary realms of Paid Social and Paid Amazon Advertising. 

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The Role

As a PPC Manager, you will work in a team of three under the tutelage of an experienced Head of Search. You will assist in planning and executing marketing strategies for a broad range of clients. You will also help manage our larger accounts. This account management will include helping with day-to-day PPC optimisations, monitoring of KPIs, forecasting and weekly reporting. While your role will focus on supporting the Head of Search, you will also assist with expanding the team by mentoring and helping Search Executives. 

Responsibilities 

  • Creating, developing & implementing effective paid media strategies across a number of search platforms (Google AdWords, Bing)
  • Experience in managing multiple advertising accounts simultaneously, ideally in an agency setting
  • Keyword and audience research
  • Producing and A/B testing engaging ad copy
  • Budget management and campaign optimisation
  • Account and structure set up and campaign targeting
  • Campaign optimisations (including bid adjustments, A/B testing, Search Query Reports, audiences, and other optimisation elements)
  • Shopping campaign management, including working with product feeds.
  • Monitor and evaluate account performance and provide recommendations based on objectives
  • Campaign reporting

Requirements

  • 4+ years experience with Google Shopping, Search Ads, Microsoft Ads and YouTube
  • A history of working across a portfolio of ecommerce clients
  • Strong Analytical skills
  • Google AdWords certified
  • Working knowledge of Google Analytics
  • Proficiency using Excel, Google Sheets and Reporting software
  • Strong communication skills
  • High levels of integrity, autonomy, and self-motivation
  • Experience with face-to-face client meetings
  • Desirable – Experience with forecasting and setting client KPIs
  • Desirable – experience with Programmatic Display Advertising

Our Perks 

  • Salary of £30k – £40k depending on experience + bonus 
  • Company-contributed pension scheme 
  • Remote and flexi-time working hours 
  • Salary sacrifice scheme to buy additional annual leave
  • Early Friday finish 
  • Employee Assistance Programme offering 24/7 confidential counselling and support
  • Personal development plan with a continuous training budget
  • Professional financial and legal advice
  • 23 days holiday + bank holidays
  • Regular team events as a member of our ‘culture club’
  • Gain an extra day of holiday for every year of employment 
  • Discounted gym membership
  • Birthday, an employee of the month, and length of service rewards 
  • Charity fundraising activities 
  • Discounts on selected supermarkets, retailers, restaurants and cinemas 
  • Cycle-to-work scheme 
  • Access to marketing leading technologies and hardware
  • A fun and friendly working environment with staff break-out areas 
  • Regular industry events, conferences, and exhibitions 
  • Regular experience days, nights out and award ceremonies 

Apply now by sending your CV and cover letter to Ray at ray@fluidcommerce.co.uk

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