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Role: Digital Performance Marketing Executive
Location: Epsom, Surrey
Salary: £40,000 to £45,000 (based on experience)
Benefits: Bonus, 10% pension, 23 days annual leave, life assurance, healthcare, professional study support

What direction will this role take you?

If you’ve got experience of creating digital performance campaigns with Google console, but are looking for the opportunity to move the bias of what you do into the data and analytical side of performance marketing.

Getting under the skin of campaigns to understand what the performance drivers are. Translating these into meaningful recommendations to improve future campaigns and drive conversion rate improvements.

That’s the journey this opportunity will take you on.

Sitting in the digital performance team of this mid-sized retail financial services firm, you’ll be working in partnership with peers in the digital marketing team. Supporting with campaigns handled in-house, both from a set-up and execute perspective. As well as being the person principally responsible for looking at digital data, looking at conversion rate optimisation and campaign performance data.

The split of your role will be 40/60 in favour of the analysis and insight side vs digital campaign creation and management.

The team you’ll be joining is made up of 8 in total and this appointment is a newly created one. Born from a need to bring in someone with a stronger bias towards data and performance. Helping to put insight at the heart of decision making for the team.

You will be reporting through to the Marketing Director directly, and have autonomy across all consumer product categories. Holding influence and inputting to colleague’s campaigns and activities. Helping to install that data led approach to their marketing campaigns.

Outside of the work itself, you’ll find the team you’re joining are a sociable bunch. With curry nights, sports and social club activities and even combined charity days.

They also provide funding for professional development – so if you’ve had your eye on a course from the DMA or CIM (in fact, any relevant professional course to marketing), they will provide financial support to cover the costs. They just ask you stay with the business to apply what you’ve learnt for a period after course completion.

So if you’re interested in joining a place where you’d be more than just a cog within a production line, why not give this a try?

Working set up

Like many employers, they’ve adopted a hybrid working style. It’s not prescriptive on what days you need to be in office and is really led by the work itself, and whether you need to be present for meetings, etc. So can be anything from once or twice a week through to full-time – whatever you feel is needed to make you successful and feel supported in your role.

Key experience necessary

  • Knowledge of digital performance campaigns, creation and management
  • Solid knowledge of Google Analytics and digging into digital campaign performance data
  • Collaborative working style, able to help others in the creation and optimisation of campaigns
  • Good with pulling meaning from data, translating it into compelling stories with recommendations
  • You’ve worked with external suppliers and agencies before, briefing in and critiquing their work
  • Comfortable working in a regulated industry and know what that means in terms of marketing outputs

Must be able to live and work in the UK unrestricted.


If you think you’ve got what it takes, you can share your Linkedin profile or email me a CV – it doesn’t have to be up to date, we can work on that once you decide you want to take this forward.

Or, for a chat and more information please contact me on:

Max Tullis-Turner
Practice Lead, Digital
Blue Pelican
01892 507130

To learn more about this role, please apply or contact Max directly on

How to apply

If this position is of interest please send us your CV here, or you can call Max Tullis-Turner direct on to discuss this and other vacancies that may suit.

Max Tullis-Turner