Marketing & SEO Director Jobs In Sharjah | Referrizer LLC

  • Full Time
  • Sharjah, UAE
  • 19000 AED / Month

Referrizer LLC

Marketing & SEO Director Jobs In Sharjah | Referrizer LLC

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Referrizer is an industry leading Marketing Company that focuses on marketing automation for local small businesses, specifically in the fitness and wellness niche. We are dedicated to delivering innovative and results-driven marketing solutions to our clients. As we continue to expand, we are seeking a highly motivated and experienced Director of Marketing Operations, Lead Generation & SEO to lead our dynamic team.

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Responsibilities
  • Lead teams effectively, set clear goals, and lead & motivate staff to achieve these goals
  • Act as final decision-maker on the variety of day-to-day company tasks and projects
  • Be the go-to advisor for the team on higher-level/complex tasks and questions as they arise
  • Keep team morale high, individuals engaged & motivated, and offering feedback and performance reviews, as necessary

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Requirement
  • Ability to work independently with little or no supervision
  • Managing company-wide projects — meeting deadlines, holding the team accountable to their tasks, and making sure nothing falls through the cracks
  • Critically analyze the company for inefficiencies and finding ways to innovate and improve operations, deliver better results for clients and ultimately maximize profit margins
  • Document existing processes, create SOPs, and ensure implementation of existing processes across all agency departments, holding team members and departments accountable
  • Proficient in implementation and utilization of Project Management software tools to ensure campaigns are executed effectively and on schedule

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Verify Authenticity

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  3. Contact Companies Directly: If you receive an unexpected communication, use the contact information on the company’s official website to verify its authenticity.

Stay Informed

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Resources

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