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Campaign Manager - Media

Salary £35,000
Location London, Soho
Role Marketing
Job Type Permanent
Size 1-20
Job overview
In this Campaign Manager role, you will be a key member of a highly successful and tight knit team, global finance community and the wider business from a financial & systems point of view. Apply for this Campaign Manager role today!

Looking for Graduate Media jobs, Marketing Analyst roles, or Digital Analyst opportunities in London? Want to work for an exciting marketing and communications agency? This brand new Campaign Manager role in London could be perfect for you - apply today!

Company profile – Campaign Manager

In this Graduate Digital Media Analyst job, you will be joining an enthusiastic and engaging agency that specialises in complex campaigns for a broad range of B2B firms – ranging from the likes of Linklaters, Grant Thornton, and BDO. You will work closely with industry experts and will have direct access to the MD and Account Leads from day one. Based in central London, but with a totally flexible working policy, they’re now looking for a Media Analyst to join their friendly and ambitious team.

Job description – Campaign Manager

In this Campaign Manager role, you will be a key member of a highly successful and tight-knit team, global finance community and the wider business from a financial & systems point of view. Alongside, expanding and deepening your expertise in digital marketing, the role will improve your knowledge across the high-value B2B sector. The Campaign Manager role is varied and wide-ranging and covers a broad range of digital and ad platforms (such as LinkedIn Campaign Manager, Google Ads) and reporting tools. You will help the team deliver high-quality campaigns across multiple marketing channels.

Key responsibilities – Campaign Manager

In this Campaign Manager job, your responsibilities will include:

  • Owning the digital campaign set up and management; including liaising with third parties
  • Taking ownership of campaign planning and audience research
  • Supporting the technical setup of campaigns, using Google Tag Manager, Google Analytics, and building landing pages
  • Collecting data and analytics from campaigns and compiling reports using Google Analytics
  • Briefing and managing internal teams involved in campaigns (e.g., creative)
  • Involved in all aspects of client projects, including client meetings with senior stakeholders
  • Researching for proposals and client briefs

Job requirements – Campaign Manager

  • Commercial experience in digital platforms, such as Facebook Business Manager / Google Analytics / Google Search. You must be able to demonstrate commercial examples of when you’ve helped to managed campaigns
  • A 2.1 from university, ideally in a tech-focussed subject
  • A commercial confidence with numbers and the ability to work with Excel
  • Strong attention to detail with an ability to spot trends and patterns in data
  • Excellent client-facing skills and confidence when working with others
  • Strong communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Fantastic organisational and time management skills

Benefits of the job – Campaign Manager

  • A great starting salary of £35,000!
  • Excellent growth and personal development plans
  • Invaluable exposure to brands and contacts
  • The opportunity to work in an exciting, sociable, and fast-paced environment
  • Flexible working policy

Looking for Entry-level Marketing Analyst jobs, Marketing opportunities or Media Executive roles in London? If you're an analytical graduate with an interest in marketing and communications, apply for this Media Analyst job today!

Give A Grad a Go is committed to being an equal-opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, faith, disability, or other. We are continually finding ways to improve the way we work, read our Diversity and Inclusion promise for more information about this.

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Isabel Brehcist
Client Director