PPC specialist

London
£27000 - £28000 per annum
11 Jan 2013
08 Feb 2013
ssdg060912
saha saif
Agency
Research, Search
Digital
Full Time
Permanent
Job Summary:
The PPC senior executive is responsible for assisting the PPC account manager in
delivering and managing implementation of search campaigns across different clients.
This position requires capability to research and analyse data in order to select the most
effective way of improving campaigns performance in order to meet KPI and ROI targets.
The right candidate we take on will be essential in providing PPC implementation and
solutions to strategies developed by the account management team. We are looking for
someone really special who can effectively demonstrate the following characteristics and
traits:
You should work well in a team-based, fast-paced, detail-oriented environment
You'll be resourceful and take the initiative to participate in projects
You'll be a curious and active participant and contribute ideas and insights to
Challenge the way we currently conduct business with our clients
In addition, you shout be a hot shot with the following:

You'll be a strong contributor, working hand-in-hand with the PPC account
manager on a daily basis

You'll have strong analytical skills, workflow management and drive
The chosen candidate will have a genuine interest in media and advertising, understand
What motivates people to buy a product or service and the role media channels play in this.
The right candidate will also be industry-savvy and maintain an awareness of
Developments and media trends.


Skills & Experience:

 You should be Gap qualified
 You should have a proven track of management of campaigns within Google
Adwords - Search Alliance
 You should have an understanding of 3rd party tracking/bid management
solutions (Flashtalking, Marin, ATLAS)
 Tip top communication skills (presenting and negotiating)
 Intermediate/advanced Excel skills
 Numerical, statistical and data-handling skills
 And it goes without saying, excellent organisational skills