Connecting Talent to opportunity

Connecting Talent to opportunity

SEO Executive


Job Description:

James Adams is working with an international multibillion turnover business in the online gaming and digital casino space. Our customer is looking to strengthen their existing SEO team by hiring a SEO Executive to report into an existing SEO Manager and work across 2-3 key titles in the UK & Spain. 

As an SEO Executive you will be responsible for monitoring sites across their portfolio and continually optimising and improving them for search performance. They track this performance weekly, and you'll work with the wider digital marketing team and development team to boost customer engagement across the key websites. You'll be working with tools such as Google Analytics, SEMrush, and Search Console & Screaming Frog.

This role will be reporting into the SEO manager and the business offer plenty of paid training and support to help you progress and develop in your career. The typical SEO executive in this team would have between 6 - 24 months SEO/Digital Marketing experience, but we're happy to speak to candidates at different levels about this opportunity.

We're looking to speak to SEO Executives who are looking for the next step in their careers and client-side SEO experience is not essential, so we are happy to speak to executives working agency side who are potentially looking to go client side. We're also happy to speak to digital marketing executives who want to focus their careers in an SEO direction.

If you'd like to know more. Please get in touch. This role is a hybrid position and they are happy for people to work remotely or from their flagship London offices whenever they wish to. 

  • Job Type

    Permanent, Full Time

  • Work Authorisation

    United Kingdom

  • Industry Sector Marketing, Advertising, PR
  • Years Experience

    5+ years

  • Career Level

    Experienced (Non-Manager)

  • Educational level

    Bachelor's Degree

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