As a Digital Marketing Executive you’ll work alongside our Account Managers and the SEO team to formulate plans for clients’ websites. You’ll work closely with our clients to understand their needs and plan and manage their ads to fit in with these.
You’ll have a passion for strong digital marketing campaigns and an understanding of what a strong website landing page looks like. This is a great role for developing your skills in digital marketing and gaining experience in many of the fundamentals: keyword research, optimising websites, technical SEO, algorithm updates, content marketing, local SEO, user journey and many of the key tools we use in SEO: Google Analytics, SEMRush, Screaming Frog… You will work with our clients to optimise their websites to gain the best results.
We will provide full training on how to achieve strong rankings for our clients. You’ll learn how technical SEO can boost ranking, as well as optimising content for SEO purposes.
We’re a growing company and, if you’re ambitious, want to keep learning and are looking to make your mark in a fast-moving small business, we’d love you to grow with us. Training is key at Wagada so that we can keep up to date with the changes in digital marketing, so you’ll have plenty of opportunity to learn new things. We’ll offer you excellent opportunities to progress and a flexible, sociable working environment.
We’re not your average marketing agency, so this isn’t your average marketing position.
You’ll have at least one year’s experience in a marketing position and be looking to develop further digitally and learn SEO. You’ll therefore need to have a passion for all things digital and be keen to expand your knowledge and skills.
We’re a busy agency, so you’ll be ready to muck-in with the rest of the team to get things done, but also be willing to down-tools from time to time to join us for a Bake-off, game of darts or a ping-pong competition too!
You can find more information about the job in the attached job description at the bottom of the page, but here’s the most important stuff:
Hours: Full-time, 9.00am-5.30pm (37.5 per week), Monday-Friday
Holiday: 20 days per year, plus a bonus day at Christmas, plus public holidays (rising to 22 days after 2 years, 23 after 3 years and 25 days after 4 years)