We’re looking for an experienced SEO Account Manager to join our Manchester based team. This is a great opportunity for a natural problem solver and gifted communicator to join our growing team and play a huge role in shaping our clients’ campaigns and results.
As an SEO Account Manager, your objectives are to:
The ideal candidate is a brilliant communicator. We don’t just mean that you’ve got the gift of the gab! We’re looking for someone who’s as good at listening as talking, as this role requires the ability to consult with our clients, understand their problems and goals and translate that into a solution that both the client and our teams internally will understand. You’ll have experience in dealing with clients in a multitude of industries and you’ll be a great strategist.
Those who excel in this role will be those who live and breathe the changing digital landscape – people who genuinely love what they do.
We’re looking for someone with a can-do attitude – someone who strives to continually improve and evolve. An SEO Account Manager will be an individual who’ll never settle for mediocrity and does what it takes to make the best of every project and campaign.
You’ll have an in depth understanding of SEO, the evolution of algorithms and the current landscape. You’ll have experience of delivering SEO reports, strategy documentation and audits and you’ll know exactly what makes an SEO campaign successful.
Here’s what we’re looking for in short:
The salary is dependent upon experience. In addition to your salary, you’ll get 24 days holiday (in addition to Bank Holidays) and access to our Ride2Work Scheme, Private Health Insurance and contributory Pension Scheme.
We also love our gadgets, so you’ll be working a high spec Macbook and we also like to think our 15th floor office has pretty spectacular views of the city.
Get in touch! To apply, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your CV and covering letter.
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