mmadigital are recruiting

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16 December 2014


mmadigital are expanding and looking to fill several new positions

Maestros, magicians and all-round ambitious digital experts required to play parts in another exciting, challenging and amazing year for mmadigital.

As the digital marketing agency for the legal sector, mmadigital continues to grow and we are recruiting again.

Following further expansion in 2014, mmadigital is looking to continue to boost its team in 2015 and we’re looking to fill the following roles:

–         Web developer

–         Web designer

–         Senior PPC Manager

–         PPC Executives

If you’re crazy talented, passionate and creative then you’re just the type of person we’re after.

Our reputation to deliver high quality digital marketing strategies and products for the legal sector has led to us doubling turnover and our team in the last year.

If you think you have what it takes to become an integral part of our growing team, we’d love to hear from you. Please send a covering letter, your CV and portfolio of work to careers@mmadigital.co.uk

 



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