Introducing Atomic 212°
Atomic 212° is Australia’s largest independent media agency, with a mission to make marketing Smarter, Faster and Accountable (SFA). Born as a specialist performance media agency and now servicing a full range of integrated marketing solutions, from media to creative, data and technology. Atomic 212° is unique in its performance DNA. We apply this same mindset to every channel to deliver measurable business results.
Who are we looking for?
A Performance Manager with 4+ years experience proficient in paid search, ideally within an agency or consulting environment.
Proficient at pulling insights from Google Analytics, forecasting for multiple channels and an ability to prioritise multiple requests from clients.
Who will you work with?
You will join an agency that values a point of view. Day to day, you will work with all relevant media stakeholders to deliver exceptional campaign planning and results. This role also closely collaborates with specialist media planning & trading, technology and digital partners.
You will be part of the Performance team, which is all about results and accountability. You will work with some of the brightest minds in the industry to produce work that feeds into the client’s bottom line. We have great relationships with our clients, which enables us to deliver great campaigns and positive results.
What will your day look like?
- You’ll spend a significant amount of your time working in tools including Google Ads, Google Ads Editor, Google Analytics, Facebook Business Manager, Youtube & Google Shopping.
- Running & managing paid search & paid social campaigns end to end including developing strategy, building the campaign, go live, optimisation and reporting
- Execution of performance strategies to grow traffic, sales, profit and new customers (KPI dependant)
- Client management and engagement, working with pace and precision
- Interrogating data to look for trends leading to insights
- You will manage the full performance budget from forecasting, pacing, invoicing and reconciliation