Search Marketing Expert (SEO)

  • Job Reference: pr1578apf
  • Date Posted: 3 January 2018
  • Location: Devon
  • Salary: £25,000 to £35,000
  • Bonus/Benefits: Excellent Benefits and Bonus - Call me on 029 2002 6467 to learn more
  • Sector: I.T. & Communications, Digital Marketing, SEO / PPC
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Work Hours: Full Time
  • Contact: Adrian Foster
  • Email: a.foster@prosper-is.com
  • Telephone: 029 2002 6467

Job Description

Do you possess a good understanding of SEO and how to optimise websites to get better search results and more traffic? We are looking for a skilled Search Marketing Expert - you may equally call yourself an SEO Executive or similar. This role is for a stable Creative (Digital) Agency working with some top industry names. 

Role: Search Marketing Expert (SEO)
Location: Exeter
Salary: £25k - £35k p.a. 

The role is a varied one; amongst other responsibilities, you will oversee the day-to-day integrated campaign planning, strategy development as well as working on multiple accounts as part of a larger team. 

To be considered for this rare Search Marketing Expert role you should be able to demonstrate a good understanding of SEO and how to optimise websites for increased traffic and search engine standings. We also seek the ability to analyse a website and make recommendations for PPC and SEO campaigns. Keyword research and traffic analysis skills will be needed, as will link profiling and optimisation. Paid Search Marketing skills are also required. It goes without saying you'll be highly organised, process driven and able to manage a varied workload. 

Send me your CV for immediate consideration. 

We believe this role is commutable from Exeter, Plymouth, Paignton, Torbay, Newton Abbot, Torquay, Taunton, Okehampton and large parts of South Devon and Plymouth.

prosperIS is a recruitment consultancy specialising in the sourcing of SEO Managers, Search Marketing Executives, SEO experts and Search Marketing Consultants throughout the South West. 

No terminology used in this advert is intended to discriminate on the grounds of sex, age, race etc... the use of the words such as 'junior' is indicative of experience levels pertinent to this role and are not intended to describe age.