Manager of Paid Search

Reference Number: ESP 1646
Location: Portland, OR

Our client is an innovative and respected digital agency staffed by highly qualified and enthusiastic people. They create groundbreaking and inspired campaigns for some of the world’s most iconic online brands. Due to recent rapid growth, our client is looking for an experienced Manager of Paid Search. This is a fast paced environment in a growing company and an excellent opportunity for the right individual. The ideal candidate must have paid search experience as well as knowledge of other aspects of digital marketing including display, paid social, video and mobile marketing. 


  • Manage day-to-day client & vendor relationships
  • Oversee search and shopping campaigns, along with strategy and execution
  • Develop and implement search test strategies
  • Analyze weekly campaign results, optimize programs & execute client status reports
  • Collaborate with cross-functional account teams
  • Manage other digital marketing programs when needed including display and remarketing
  • Manage junior staff with training, client deliverables, and project prioritization


  • 1+ years Paid Search account management experience
  • Marketing Degree preferred
  • Hands on experience managing online campaigns across a variety of vendors (i.e. Google, MSN, Yahoo, Facebook, etc.).
  • Mastery of all basic SEM concepts
  • Bid management knowledge. 
  • Mastery of Analytics Platforms
  • Ability to manage different personalities
  • Proficiency in MS Excel, Word, & PowerPoint
  • Google Adwords Certification a plus

If you are interested in joining this winning team, please e-mail your resume immediately to jennifer@epicsearchpartners.com and reference job number ESP 1646 in the subject line. Please feel free to visit our website at www.epicsearchpartners.com to view some of our other critical searches. No resumes will be forwarded to our client until we have discussed the opportunity with you! We work on a confidential basis with both clients and candidates.



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