Growth through Talent

Paid Social Manager - Paid Social

Ref: 2010 Date Posted: Friday 10 Sep 2021
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Paid Social Manager,


Up to £40k 


A remote Paid Social role for a Performance Marketing Agency who will allow you to work fully autonomous, which would finally allow you to claw back the control in your life with a healthy work/life balance. Yes, these roles do exist, it’s right here!


The Opportunity:

  • Founder led, fully remote, high flexible and dynamic performance agency
  • Small team of young, driven, entrepreneur and friendly people
  • In-House creative sat with you
  • Specialists in the D2C/Ecommerce sector, with a client list of high-regarded global brands
  • Founders who believe in a good working culture and working life
  • Firmly established, in their next period of internal growth (looking to double their headcount by the end of 2022).
  • Eye’s on expanding their global reach as a business


The Role:

  • Fully autonomous to run the Paid Social activity within the business
  • You will lead client communications, be the go to person for all things account management with your clients
  • Involved in strategy, planning, optimisation, activation, setting up campaigns, budgets etc..
  • Management of x1 junior
  • Involved with start to finish with new clients


Your Profile:

  • Circa 3 years working within a Biddable role or purely Paid Social
  • Experience with Ecommerce/D2C accounts
  • Preferably agency experience, however they are extremely keen on seeing people with in-house backgrounds too
  • Some management/mentor experience is beneficial, but not a requirement
  • Strong client facing skills


To apply for this outstanding opportunity, please contact Bradley Kearsley at Pivotal for a confidential discussion on 07920561783 or email me at

Pivotal is an equal opportunities employer and we encourage applications regardless of ethnic origin, race, religious beliefs, age, disability, gender or sexual orientation, and any other protected status as required by applicable law