Your experience should also fuse UX and page path analysis, into your approach. You should be passionate about advanced SEO and can make basic API requests. Ability to build basic (non-client facing) SEO tools that will amplify how we work will be a great bonus.
This role will work well for someone with a strong head for numbers and be able to create effectiveness and value models, forecast and extract key/ actionable insights for clients.
- You’ll be managing a roster of key clients as well as supporting non-key clients in ensuring their technical SEO programmes are meeting best practice standards, as well as adding advanced insights into how they can supercharge their SEO progress.
- You will be responsible for putting together media plans and roadmaps as well as overseeing and actioning recommendations.
- You will be producing SEO audits with clear outlines of the issues discovered, and the most optimal recommendations to rectify.
- You will support the wider team in continually updating the POV on technical SEO, as well and keeping up with industry conversations and trends.
- You are also expected to have a passion for implementing ‘test and learn’ projects across client programmes.
- Able to confidently and proficiently manage, investigate, analyse crawl & log files from tools such as Deepcrawl, screaming frog, custom crawlers, client extractions.
- Very organised, able to juggle multiple projects within short time frames
- Good people and management skills; ability to communicate with multiple stakeholders at various levels - right up to c-suite.
- A strong understanding (and coding experience) of web-based development languages > We’re looking for a smart and experienced technical SEO manager with a passion for SEO.
- Although technical, you should have a deep understanding of SEO in its entirety and the role it plays in the wider media mix - and be able to demonstrate this.
- You should enjoy exploring technical craws and audits; you should also enjoy investigating anomalies, from indexation issues to accessibility challenges.