Ad Operations Specialist 

San Francisco, CA | Growth Marketing  | Reports to the Sr. Manager of User Acquisition

Looking for an opportunity to thrive and flex your analytical and creative muscles at a thoughtful, sustainable start-up? Rothy’s is looking for a Ad Operations Specialist to join our Growth Marketing team! Are you curious to be a part of the team that generates those ads you see on Instagram? Have some thoughts on how we could attract new customers to Rothy’s? Come join us!

About the team:

Growth Marketing is an exciting, ever-evolving aspect of the business. This team is dedicated to growing our online presence through thoughtful digital strategies. They’re  SEO ninjas who work closely with brand marketing. Their first love is data & analytics—tracking growth and engagement really gets their motors humming. Beyond that, as connoisseurs of digital media, they’re also incredibly aware of what’s happening online. This team is just as likely to show you a complex spreadsheet as they are a viral meme.

What you’ll do:

  • Manage daily execution of paid search or paid social channels in Rothy’s portfolio (campaign planning, launch and bid/budget optimization)
  • Build out iterative testing roadmap that marries extracting learnings from data while scaling
  • Track and report KPIs and learnings to the broader team
  • Identify trends and extract insights from data to build on channel best practices
  • Work closely with the creative team to develop new assets for various launches and evergreen campaigns
  • Collaborate with channel owners to leverage trends across platforms
  • Advise on monthly forecast projections for the channel(s) you manage

Who you are:

  • BA/BS (degree in math, marketing, analytics or something comparable is a plus)
  • 1-2 years experience in digital marketing, consulting, or finance
  • Exceptional analytical skills: Excel expert, proficiency in Google Analytics and third-party ad management platforms is a plus
  • Must be able to clearly extract and articulate insights from data to drive action
  • Insanely detail-oriented and data-driven, curious, hungry to learn more, and thrives in fast-paced, team-oriented environments

Bonus Points:

  • Digital customer acquisition experience with deploying large monthly budgets either in-house or at an agency
  • Experience at start-ups
  • Knowledge and understanding of the full marketing funnel

Benefits:

  • Employer paid medical, dental and vision insurance
  • Paid sick time
  • 4 weeks of paid time off plus paid holidays
  • 401(k) with employer match
  • Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Commuter benefits
  • A shoe allowance (like the allowance you got as a kid only better)!
  • Life insurance (for you and your family)
  • Monthly cell phone stipend
  • And did we mention the great snacks!?

Who we are:

At Rothy’s, we take a whole brand approach to sustainability. That means we consider the impact and longevity of everything we do, from the materials in our products to the way we treat our people. To date, we’ve transformed over 30 million plastic water bottles into beautiful, comfortable, washable shoes—and that’s just the beginning. Join our team and see where we’re stepping next.

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