PPC Account Manager Mid Level

Torchbox is looking for a PPC Account Manager to join our growing Search & Analytics team. You’ll be running pay-per-click and paid social campaigns for some of the very biggest charities, NGOs, think tanks and universities. Our current clients include Samaritans, Breast Cancer Care, Great Ormond Street Hospital, Girlguiding, the Disasters Emergency Committee, Chatham House, Action for Children and many more.

Working closely with a team of Account Managers, marketing executives, SEO specialists and Web Analysts, you’ll be working across a wide variety of platforms including Google Ads, Bing, Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter, delivering ultra-accurate work, on time and within tight budgets.

Your responsibilities will include:

The right person for the role will have the following skills:



You’ll have experience working in an environment that requires you to manage your own workload, easily context switch and handle competing deadlines. You’ll be someone who knows where to look for the latest digital news and announcements. You’ll be confident in front of clients at all levels, with strong relationship-building and interpersonal skills.

In return we’ll offer an enviable office environment in either our central Bristol office or on a beautiful country estate on the edge of the Cotswolds, performance-related bonus and 25 days’ annual leave. On Wednesdays we all eat lunch together (BBQs in the summer and curries in the winter). And we occasionally go on incredible team-building trips.

Interested? Apply and explain why we’d be crazy not to ask you for an interview. Please include salary expectations.

No agencies please.

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