Join a fast-growing digital marketing team at MWWPR and work on some of the most advanced and interesting SEO campaigns the market has to offer. From technical SEO campaign on the world’s biggest sites to migrations for giant media companies to editorial training for your favorite news teams, the SEO team here does it all.
We are looking to hire an SEO Account Manager to help conduct audits, analyze sites, build backlinks, creating structured data, generate awesome reports talk to clients and work with the rest of our great SEO and digital teams.
We’re going to throw you into the deep end, so we’re looking for someone with 3+ years of SEO experience, who can quickly get up to speed and hit the ground running. In-house or agency experience works; we just want someone who loves the work and knows how to do it.
· Technical SEO capabilities: Can you audit a site, explain your recommendations to product, technical and editorial teams and help walk each team through execution? We’re looking for SEO analysts who can talk the talk and walk the walk. You don’t need to know how to code a site (it does help though), but you should be able to help development and product team execute based on your recommendations. We often work on complex SEO issues and large site migrations, so those skills are prized here. We have a tech team you can use too—but we want you to speak their language.
· Walking the walk is important, but talking the talk is important too. This isn’t a back-office job; we want people who are comfortable talking to our clients—in person, web conferences and on the phone—and presenting and often defending our recommendations.
· Having a bunch of media, entertainment, content and publishing clients is really cool—and it means you’ll meet some really cool people too—but it also means we focus pretty heavily on content optimization and content-based SEO. You don’t need to be the world’s best writer (but that helps too), but you should familiar with using content for SEO; optimizing and editing reader-intended content for SEO (not just bot food, but real published content); training writers and editors in SEO techniques; and identifying and employing search trends.
· Working on those clients also means you’ll get a crash course in how Wikidata, structured data and Wikipedia impact how our clients appear in the search results—and we’ll need you to be comfortable helping to impact those changes. If you’re already familiar with that, even better; if not, be prepared to learn and to be expected to make edits on the entries for the things you’re passionate about. (We expect you to be passionate about something other than SEO!)
· Working for a big marketing and PR teams means our presentations matter. There’s a content shop here to help you, but we put love into all our deliverables: reports, statements of work, audit presentations and pitch decks. We’re looking for someone who cares as much about how the work looks as he or she does about getting the work right.
· Working with that PR team also means you can count of them for help building links! Outreach skills are appreciated, but not necessary; we’d rather you focus on creative and innovative ideas for content that our PR team can pitch.
· Lastly, your work won’t always be for existing clients. We spend time, care and energy pitching, and we want to help there too, so we’re looking for someone that enjoy the research and prediction side of SEO too.
· We have a separate SEM team, but if you have skills that overlap with that division, that would be great!