Recruitment

SEO Jobs Manchester - Move It Marketing is growing, which means that we need to constantly keep an eye out for hot digital marketing talent, who might bring something positive to our team. In particular, we are interested in hearing from potential candidates with a real passion for online marketing. We love what we do, and want to work with others of the same mindset

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Digital Marketing Recruitment

Move It Marketing in Manchester is growing, which means that we need to constantly keep an eye out for hot digital marketing and SEO talent, who might bring something positive to our team.

Content Marketing, Paid Search, Social Media, Digital PR & SEO Jobs Manchester

Our current positions are listed below (if there is nothing there, we may have vacancies coming up soon, so please feel free to send us your CV for consideration for future roles) to hello@move-it-marketing.co.uk.

In particular, we are interested in hearing from potential candidates with a real passion for the latest developments in SEO, digital PR , content marketing, social media and online marketing.  We love what we do, and want to work with others of the same mindset.  If you’re enthusiastic about all things digital we want to hear from you.

Digital marketing qualifications, or a degree in marketing or computing is preferrable, however, we also consider applications from those with relevant industry experience.  The most important attribute you can bring to the table is enthusiasm for the industry and what we do (search is exciting), and a ‘can-do’ attitude.  We’re on the look-out for team-players but team-players who can work autonomously and think for themselves.  We’re open to the ideas offered by our team members and we want them to be creative ideationists.  That said, we also know that at the heart of every website there needs to be a strong architecture and the right signals being passed to search engines constantly looking to get efficiency out of their website crawling activities.  If you’re a lover of technical SEO and not too interested in the creative side of digital, we also want to hear from you.  We know it takes a lot of different types of team members to make a winning online marketing team.

Technical SEO Executive

Role details to follow shortly but highly likely to include the following as requirements for this type of role:

 

We go beyond just checking server response codes and the stats in Google Search Console.  Our team members will be excited at the prospect of crawling websites and understanding the paths that search engines take through a site and why certain URIs are visited more often than others, witha view to optimising this on projects (crawl optimization and crawl efficiency).  Of course, we do check server response codes as part of the day to day.  To neglect this aspect of technical SEO would be a mistake.  Applicants for this type of role will be really interested in getting right into the heart of sites.  They’ll be interested in extending their coding skills.  They’ll likely have some decent experience with web markup such as HTML (including HTML5), CSS (including CSS3), Javascript technologies and Javascript frameworks such as node.js, angular.js.  They’ll also be experienced in Twitter’s bootstrap framework.  They’ll have more than a passing interest in mobile search optimization and the emerging technologies around this area such as Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP), and Progressive Web Apps (PWAs), Service Workers and even potentially native apps.  We don’t expect applicants to be gurus in these fields (they are emerging after all), but having a strong interest and enthusiasm for these developments will certainly make them stand out from the crowd.  If you’ve experience with canonicals and how to use these correctly (you’d be surprised how many don’t), and href lang internationalisation, even better.  Applicants are likely to have experience with tools such as Screaming Frog, maybe Botify or Deepcrawl, SEMRush, to name a few.  They’ll be keen to learn how to do technical SEO audits, even if they haven’t carried them out before.  They’ll be keen to learn and keep on learning throughout the course of their time with Move It Marketing.  Your work will contribute to the technical roadmaps of client projects across multiple domains in many instances, so you’ll have a keen eye for detail and spotting the unusual or anomalies.  You won’t be afraid to question what you see either.  You’ll also be keen to always keep abreast of the continually changing search landscape as standard, including algorithmic updates and Google’s Search Quality Raters guidelines and Google Webmaster Guidelines.  From a qualifications perspective this type of candidate is likely to hold at least a BSC in Computing or Computer Science, although again, relevant experience both professionally or in personal interests and projects will also be considered if academic qualifications are not present.

Digital PR & Content Marketing Executive

Role details to follow shortly

Organic Social Media Marketing Executive

Role details to follow shortly

Paid Search (PPC Bing & Google Adwords) and Paid Social Media Marketing Executive

Role details to follow shortly

Other Digital Marketing Roles on The Horizon

We’re constantly on the lookout for good people who love the industry and the overall search landscape.  Keep an eye out here for future roles as the team expands further.

NO RECRUITMENT AGENCIES

Whilst we don’t mean to be rude, we cannot stress clearly enough that we do not accept applications via recruitment agencies.  Nor, do we want to receive telephone calls or emails from recruitment agencies.  We are on the corporate telephone preference service, and prospective calls from recruitment agencies will be treated as unsolicited marketing calls.  We do not have either the time, nor inclination to deal with recruitment agency prospective calls, and in particular, we do not have tolerance for those agencies who attempt to contact us under the guise of ‘new business’, or those who try to make it past the gate-keepers with tales of “we were speaking before”.  Please be advised, that if we receive unsolicited marketing calls from recruitment agencies we will report them to the Information Commissioners Office as unsolicited marketing calls.

All other suitably qualified, or experienced, online marketing candidates are welcome to contact us regarding career opportunities with Move It Marketing.