Bubble Wrap-Up: Top 5 Digital Marketing Vacancies
Enjoying your four day weekend but dreading going back to work tomorrow? Its about time you looked for a new job and if you work in the digital sector, Bubble can help. By Amy @BubbleJobsEnjoying your four day weekend but dreading going back to work tomorrow? It’s about time you looked for a new job – and if you work in the digital sector, Bubble can help.
Like the sound of any of the vacancies below? Click on the any of the links in the paragraphs to find out more and apply.
First up this week, Creative Skillset are looking for a Digital Marketing Manager to join their Communications team in London. In this role, you’ll be responsible for planning, managing and evaluating digital marketing activity across all of Creative Skillset’s channels and developing and implementing the content plan for the organisation’s new website, blog and other social media channels. Key responsibilities include monitoring and analysing the impact of marketing activity across all channels using analytics tools, working closely with the Creative Skilset team to develop a new social platform for creative professionals (called Hive) and commissioning and managing the development of new video and audio content for digital channels. The right candidate will have previous experience in a digital marketing function, have an indepth knowledge of content management systems and have previous experience of monitoring and acting on analytics for web, social media and email marketing.
Next up, Phones 4u are on the look-out for a new PPC Executive to join their team in Newcastle-under-Lyme. In this role you’ll play a key role in optimising the company’s pay per click campaigns, helping to manage large scale budgets and drive additional traffic to Phones 4u’s website. Key tasks include managing multiple PPC campaigns, bid management, writing ad copy and reviewing and analysing campaign data to identify any trends or new opportunities. Sound good? To bag this vacancy you’ll need to be of graduate calibre, have excellent analytical skills and a passion for working online. You’ll also have a keen eye for detail, the ability to work to tight deadlines and good research awareness.
In third place this week, Farfetch are searching for a Russian Digital Marketing Specialist to join their innovative eCommerce team in London. In this role you’ll be responsible for implementing the brand’s international strategy in the Russian market, overseeing site localisation and generating local demand. Key tasks include ensuring that projects are delivered on deadline and within budget, developing and managing the translations process for all site content and providing market research and competitor analysis. The ideal candidate for this vacancy will be a native Russian speaker with excellent written and verbal English, have eCommerce trading experience, have a strong understanding of key aspects of digital marketing – and have experience of using web analytics data to drive revenue and conversion.
In fourth place, Unibet are searching for a Marketing Analyst to join their head office in Wimbledon. Reporting to the Marketing Intelligence Manager, you’ll be responsible for daily reporting, analysing the performance of marketing campaigns and making recommendations for future campaigns and providing strategic direction on advertising campaigns. Other responsibilities include updating and maintaining marketing dashboards and learning and performing advanced analyses to identify KPIs and drivers of customer behaviour. Interested? The successful candidate will have a degree in Statistics or a Marketing related field, previous experience in digital marketing and a strong understanding of cost metrics for SEM, Online Display, Affiliate and Social Channels.
Last but not least, iCrossing are searching for a Senior SEO Analyst to join their team in Brighton. In this role you’ll define, plan and implement the off-site SEO strategy for clients like Coca Cola, Uniqlo and LA Fitness, take ownership of the health of your clients’ backlink profiles, research and plan off-site campaigns to attract links and play a key role in producing forecasts for both SEO and multi-channel clients. Ready to work with some of the biggest global brands? To bag this job, you’ll have at least two years of experience within digital marketing, have experience in producing off-site strategies for clients consisting of a range of activities and have the ability to connect with journalists to identify active opportunities using Twitter etc. You’ll also need to have the ability to identify technical or tactical link building opportunities for clients and have the ability to tie SEO campaigns to measurable client results.
About the AuthorAmy Edwards Amy Edwards is the SEO Manager for Bubble Jobs. With a strong background in online content and copywriting, Amy is responsible for all the on-site and off-site SEO at Bubble Jobs and the Bubble Jobs blog. You can follow her on Twitter here or add her to your circles on Google+ here
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