Last week we announced a job opening here at flyte for a search engine marketer.
No, we’re not losing Nicki Hicks, who’s been a search engine and social media marketer here for the past few years. As she documented in a recent post over at Maine SEO, she’s moving out of state but not out of flyte.
Here’s how the job posting reads:
We’re an energetic, successful Web design and Internet market firm located in Portland, Maine, looking for an experienced search engine marketing professional.
Our philosophy is that only an integrated, holistic approach to Web marketing will help our clients succeed on the Web, so we’re looking to fold your search engine experience into our Web marketing model which includes email marketing, blogging, social media and other Web-based strategies.
You will run keyword analyses, consult on client content, review analytic reports, provide ongoing support and handle any other tasks that help our clients rank higher at the search engines and drive more qualified leads to their sites.
You have excellent copywriting skills, are organized and detail-oriented. You work well with a team, but you’re a self-starter who doesn’t require a lot of supervision. You’re passionate about helping small businesses succeed online and you’ve got the experience to make it happen.
Flyte believes in ongoing training of our crew and you’d be no exception, but we’re interested in candidates with 1 – 3 years of SEM experience. This is a results-oriented position and we’re looking for someone who has a proven track record.
If you’re up for a challenge, if you want to make an impact, if you have an entrepreneurial mindset, then flyte new media is looking for you.
Please provide your resume and a cover letter with specific SEO projects you’ve worked on in the past, and the outcomes of these projects. The more detail you can provide on past experience, the better.
So, is that you? Are you ready to join the flyte new media crew?
If so, please fill out our application form and submit a cover letter and resumé and we’ll take a look.
No phone calls…please!
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