We are a RAR+ Recommended Digital Agency based in Dartford, Kent. We combine SEO, PPC, Social Media and Email Marketing into a digital lead funnel that serves to provide business growth to the SME market.
Due to growth we are now looking for a Social Media Account Manager to join this small, friendly team of creatives. The role will involve looking after existing client accounts, following up on all leads and winning new business.
You should have experience working with six-figure Social Media budgets, and give deep insight into the best tools, practices and trending topics. You'll have a strategic view of how Social Media drives business performance and you can generate creative ideas to achieve it, backed by a seven-figure spend. Paid Social Media should be your bread and butter. Your background should be heavily focused on Paid Social and have hands-on experience managing end to end campaigns. Ideally, you would have worked inhouse, hands on with campaigns, or within an agency working on high worth clients.
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