Director, Paid Search

Los Angeles, California
US$140000 - US$160000 per year

Director, Paid Search

Los Angeles, CA

$140-160k

About the Company

  • Globally recognized full-service advertising agency renowned for taking international brand names to the next level.
  • Company-wide emphasis on creating an empowering work culture and supporting the personal and career development of their team members.
  • Analytically focused company that recognizes the importance of data in decision-making at all levels.
  • Headquartered in Santa Monica, Los Angeles.

About the Role

  • Be an inspiring leader to your Paid Search team, offering guidance and support where needed.
  • Coordinate Paid Search campaigns from end-to-end, covering the planning, researching, implementation and reporting across multiple clients.
  • Work alongside clients to strategize and map out campaigns, illustrating to benefits and results that can be gained through working with the agency.
  • Ensure budgets are being paced correctly and performance is consistently high on all campaigns.
  • Optimize performance and make suggestions on how campaigns can be improved to maximize client ROI.
  • Work closely alongside the Digital Media team to achieve the best results for your clients.

Desired Skills and Qualifications

  • Very strong experience handling the full paid search campaign process, from researching to implementing.
  • Expert knowledge of search media buying platforms, such as GoogleAdWords, Bing Ads, Kenshoo, Marin and DoubleClick.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills and ability to manage client relationships.
  • Strong presentation skills and ability to put forward a complete searchmarketing plan.
  • Ability to manage and track large budgets.
  • Experience in a agency environment a plus.

Benefits

  • Competitive 401K
  • 100% Coverage on Healthcare - medical, dental, vision
  • Other competitive benefits

How to apply

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Keywords

Digital, Media, Analysis, Analytics, Analyst, Paid Search, PPC, SEM, Search Engine Marketing, Pay Per Click, Google AdWords, Bing, Facebook, Instagram, Marin, Kenshoo, DoubleClick, Campaign Management, Agency, Marketing, Media Buying, Keywords.

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