Facebook Ads Media Buyer at YellowCAKE Media

Remote | International
YellowCAKE Media

Facebook Media Buyer

This is a full-time, remote position, with plenty of growth opportunities.

About Yellow Cake Media:

We help brands, and marketing partners drive profitable, scalable, and long-term revenue through performance-based partnerships and cutting-edge technology.

You’ll be working with some of the smartest and most experienced people in the digital marketing industry.

  • We develop products to help businesses in 20 countries acquire more leads and sales.
  • B2B, B2C, Charity, you name it we can drive leads for it.

What you’ll be doing:

As part of our media buying team, you’ll create, manage, and optimize Facebook campaigns across digital platforms, analyze campaign data, develop strategies, identify opportunities, and help develop content.

We think you’ll be successful if you:

  • Minimum 3 years of relevant experience in a similar position.
  • Experience running Facebook accounts with $100k+ spend per month.
  • Native level English speaker and excellent communication skills, both spoken and written.
  • Experience using tools such as Trello, Slack, and ad buying software.
  • Are very self-motivated
  • Excellent listening skills
  • Results orientated
  • A team-oriented attitude and ability to work in a collaborative environment
  • Highly pro-active and disciplined to manage time effectively

What we’ll require of you:

  • Achieve daily, weekly & monthly traffic quotas

Okay, now that we got that out of the way… what’s in it for me?

  • Industry-standard salary and company bonus.
  • Work from home anywhere with an awesome remote team!

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