This job has CLOSED, but if you think you'd be an excellent fit for our team then consider making a speculative application.
We are looking for an enthusiastic, creative, self-motivated person to lead on the planning, management and delivery of inbound marketing projects.
You will specialise in content strategy, marketing automation and social media based projects for our clients - leading on some projects and contributing as a specialist on others. The role is client facing - we are looking for someone who is confident working with clients to create successful campaigns - but also will happily roll up their sleeves and write, post and measure success when needed. As the delivery manager you will lead and grow a team of specialists, championing both quality and innovation in their work.
It's the perfect role for an ambitous digital marketer who has some content and social experience and is happy to manage the inputs from specialist colleagues. Or else an excellent content writer looking to increase their management experience without losing touch with their creative mojo.
Noisy Little Monkey is a digital marketing agency with a focus on marketing, sales and automation. We are an award-winning HubSpot agency and Platinum HubSpot Solutions Partner focused on creating results for our clients through our strategic approach underpinned by technical SEO and creative digital campaigns.
We are always looking to increase the diversity of our team in race, gender, sexual orientation, age, religion, ethnicity, neurodiversity, disability and all the other fantastic intersections of identity.
We actively encourage applications from those of marginalised backgrounds and identities. If you have any questions about our commitment to being an inclusive workplace, or you need any adjustments during the application process for us to see you at your best, please let us know and we'll be happy to help.
Salary: £30,000 - £35,000 depending on experience
Contract: Permanent. Full-time with three months’ probation
Location: Loft 5, Tobacco Factory, Raleigh Road, Bristol BS3 1TF and working from home
Recruiters: Thanks, but no thanks. Really. Don't.
Depending on the client, the Delivery Manager may lead on projects and client communications or be part of a larger delivery team, led by the Account Director.
Specifically, you will:
3+ years experience of working on digital projects that include content and social media
Confident and persuasive communication skills - you’ll be dealing regularly with clients, so you must be confident in picking up the phone and running meetings with senior stakeholders
Excellent written skills and the ability to quality assure content. You'll need to write/QA short snappy copy for social as well as in-depth and insightful blog content, with strong attention to detail and grammar
A passion for learning and training others
Have experience using a range of social media management tools for planning, tracking and scheduling social and blog content (SproutSocial, Buffer, Onlypult etc.)
Experience maintaining and evolving an ads budget, managing and setting up social ads on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter and LinkedIn
Analytical skills - Using Google Analytics, native social analytics and insight tools able to interpret and communicate goals and data trends
Maintaining a marketing strategy, including; planning, delivery, management and evaluation of multi-channel marketing campaigns on paid, owned, earned or shared channel
Proven experience in solving problems with tenacious curiosity
Strong organisational skills. Able to work under pressure and plan and manage competing demands and deadlines for multiple clients
A wish to continue to work flexibly. You’ll therefore need to be self managing, willing and able to track your time and demonstrate results.
If you don’t have all these qualities but believe you are right for the role, please still apply and let us know why.
The closing date for this job is 9am on Wednesday 1 June 2022.
To remove bias from our application process we deliberately look at all the applications at the same time. This means you won't hear from us until after 1 June.
The first stage in the selection process will be a 30 minute chat (on Google Meet) that will give us an opportunity to ask each other more questions, then if appropriate a longer interview which may include an activity and/or presentation. We won't make you do any free work though.