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Take Some Risk Inc.: Paid Search & Shopping Ads Manager

Posted 12 days ago


Headquarters: Toronto

URL: https://www.takesomerisk.com/

Take Some Risk Inc. is looking for a Paid Search & Shopping Ads Manager who wants to own and be responsible for driving customer acquisition and lead generation for ecommerce, direct-to-consumer (DTC) and software as a service (SaaS) brands. Your role will focus on expanding what clients do across Google, YouTube, and Microsoft but may include helping work across Facebook, and Instagram. 


You can be based anywhere in Canada. You don't need to be in Vancouver, Montreal or Toronto. We have been working as a remote team the last 2 years and have processes in place to support a remote setup. However, there is always room for improvement and we want someone who can help make our processes and frameworks even better. This frees up your time to work on bigger projects and be more strategic with clients.

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Some cool benefits we offer beyond a competitive salary:


We are team doing work that should go to larger agencies but does not because clients love the hands-on attention we give them. We want a team member who is willing to help us execute our vision to build the best paid media team in Canada. Is that you?

To apply: https://weworkremotely.com/remote-jobs/take-some-risk-inc-paid-search-shopping-ads-manager

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