Digital Marketing Manager - Cornwall

Additional Resources Ltd
£25000 - £35000 Per Annum
27 Apr 2017
27 May 2017
Digital Marketing Manager - Cornwall Term: Full time - Permanent Salary Exp: £25,000 - £35,000 dependent on experience other benefits Keywords: Google Analytics, Digital Media, Google Ad Words, SEO, PPC, Digital Marketing Manager, Web Analytics The Company: Our clients are one of the most successful companies in their sector. They are closely knit team of high achieving professionals specialising in Digital Marketing and Paid Media. Due to their continued growth, we are now looking for an experienced Digital Marketer to join them in their quest for further success and growth. The Role: The role of Web Analytics Manager has arisen for an experienced Digital Marketer with proven expertise in both the Google Analytics and Tag Manager platforms. This exciting opportunity will lead the initiative to shape up the future plans for managing the Analytics / Tag Management for external clients. The role will require a close working relationship with clients to understand their analytical requirements and deliver the campaigns as per their needs. Key Skills: The successful candidate will have extensive knowledge of web analytics and TAG. Some of the key skills for the role are: Designing tracking strategies to help meet client requirements Implementing tracking within Google Tag Manager Auditing and refining client Google Analytics accounts Meeting with global clients, either by phone, email or face to face Ability to engage with people at all levels and across different functions quickly and credibly using excellent communication skills High level of attention to detail with an accurate, thorough and reliable approach Ability to plan and prioritise varied workload within tight deadlines If you are keen to find out more - please apply with an up to date copy of your CV. Additional Resources are an Employment Business and an Employment Agency as defined within The Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Businesses Regulations 2003.