Junior Technical SEO Executive

February 9, 2024


Dependent upon experience, £25,000 - £30,000.

The role

As a member within the Marketing team, reporting into the Head of SEO, the Junior Technical SEO Executive will:

  • Work with the Head of SEO and SEO Manager to test strategies across certain pages to see if they result in ranking improvements.
  • Use their technical skills and a range of tools and systems to analyse websites, content, mark-up, links and more to spot opportunities, drive strategy and develop our technical roadmap alongside the rest of the SEO team.
  • Manage the footprint of our sites, from improving internal linking, spotting missed opportunities, retiring old content, publishing sitemaps, prioritising valuable and removing wasteful content as needed.
  • Ensure the code behind our websites is readable and usable for search engines, and delivers click- enticing content and snippets where we appear in search.
  • Measure results and steer strategy for technical and other SEO and marketing efforts towards creating content, links, or paid traffic to maximise our exposure across all niches.
  • Monitor competitor activities to comprehensively understand the sector landscape.
  • Work on regular reporting of performance within current tracking and reporting structures.

The person

We’re looking for somebody with a passion for consumer start-ups and data driven digital marketing with:

  • At least 1 year of working directly in an SEO role for a travel or large e-commerce website.
  • An ability to analyse data, with an attention to detail to spot opportunities.
  • An ability to turn technical requirements of SEO into briefs for developers and creatives.
  • A basic understanding of HTML / CSS and JavaScript to be able to understand a page's technical mark-up.
  • An understanding of technical SEO fundamentals - sitemaps, robot.txt files, canonical tags, redirect management, and the importance of HTTPS.
  • The desire to work hard with their work making a difference to a rapidly growing, exciting business.
  • An ability to communicate clearly and collaborate as part of a small startup team.
  • A drive and desire to get stuck in and be self-starting.
  • The usual stuff like being able to use Google Docs and Sheets and write an email clearly without mixing up ‘they’re’ and ‘their’.
  • The ability to work in person, from our office on the Southbank, on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
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Why the Snaptrip Group?

"It's a very fun place to work where you are encouraged to make your own decisions in your field. The company is lean and focused on growth which makes each year very exciting, with new projects to work on all the time."