Manager, Growth Marketing (Paid Search)

Mountain View, California
US$121925 - US$146310 per annum

Manager, Growth Marketing (Paid Search)

Los Angeles, CA

$100-120k

About the Company

  • Start-up looking to revolutionize access to health care through their online services and apps.
  • Significant financial backing.
  • Company size around 70 people with significant growth plans over the next year.
  • Supportive culture dedicated to building skill sets and promoting from within.
  • Based in Mountain View, CA.

About the Role

  • Take on and continue scaling their paid search business across Google, Bing, and app stores.
  • Work with 8 figure annual search budgets to grow the number of app and platform users of their services.
  • Partner with team members to create a holistic approach to growth marketing across multiple digital channels.
  • Manage the company's affiliate marketing program.

Desired Skills and Qualifications

  • Experienced managing large budget paid search campaigns on Google and Bing.
  • Use of bid management tools such as Marin, Kenshoo etc.
  • Ability to communicate with key stakeholders across the business and align on overall growth strategy.
  • App or subscription-based experience preferred.

Benefits

  • Competitive 401K
  • 100% Coverage on Health care - 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, Startup, Healthcare, Marketing, Media Buying, Keywords.

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