We’re hiring a Facebook Ads manager for 20-30 hours per week with a full time opportunity come 2021. Our current senior FB ads manager is capped out. You’ll be working closely with our COO who manages all our Facebook Ads accounts.
What is Klout? We’re an ecommerce paid ads agency. The bulk of our clients are between $10-100k per month in revenue. We’re currently experiencing 100% growth per quarter and are aiming to hit $100k per month in revenue by mid 2021.
We’re a small team (and we plan to keep it that way) that believes in integrity, client obsession, taking initiative, and prioritizing personal development.
Founded by Rony Hay – a 20 something backend digital marketer. His strength lies in building small business systems to scale. He believes in doing great work with people you care about. Also that you should build your professional life around your personal life, not the other way around😉
Who you need to be: a Facebook Ads WIZARD, effectively analytical, someone who understands human behavior, A-player (someone who takes initiative without handholding), and experience working with teams of 5-15.
What you will be doing: onboarding clients through Facebook Ads, pixel, and catalogue setup. As well as managing and leading growth of campaigns, communicating with clients on a weekly basis, writing ad copy & optimizing campaigns. You’ll work with a graphic design and brand-provided assets to build creatives. You’ll also be leading strategy once we’re familiar with our work flows and approach to ads.
Tools: Facebook Ads Manager, Google Tag Manager, Google Analytics, Notion, Slack
Experience: 2+ Years in Ecommerce, 2+ Years in Facebook Ads,
How you will be paid: Base + Quarterly rev share %. Base will be determined by experience.
What we will expect of you: 30 Day ramp up time, minimum 3-month client retention rate, creative solutions to ad campaigns, strategy or ad creatives. Proactive communication and initiative will also be expected.
Go to posting –> Fill out the Airtable form on this page here: bit.ly/klout-fb