Technical SEO Manager

Ipullrank New York , NY 11251

Posted 2 months ago

iPullRank is an ambitious eight-year-old digital marketing agency based in New York City and founded by industry thought leader Michael King. Our mission is to drive results for our clients by delivering marketing work that we can be PROUD of. Oh, and our value set is PROUD: P Proactive; R Reliable; O Outstanding; U Useful; D Dedicated. We keep that front and center on a day-to-day basis.

If youre curious about what types of clients we work with, they range from Fortune 500 brands to mid-sized enterprises and exciting small businesses. Our team executes and consults on campaigns in a variety of industries, but many of our clients tend to be media, finance or fashion companies. The iPullRank team is adept at providing a range of digital marketing services, but most of our work is in some combination of Content Strategy, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Analytics and Conversion Rate Optimization. Our employees are duly encouraged to specialize deeply in a specific category that they are passionate about and grow into well-rounded marketers through collaboration, training and real-world experience.

As an employer, we look to cultivate an environment where employees feel taken care of. Despite our size, we offer competitive salaries and benefits. We want our employees to grow with us. We dont want you to just fill a role, we want you to take ownership and make an impact.

Were not a big agency and our clients appreciate that because our size allows us to make things happen. Were a nimble group that believes the best idea can come from anyone in the company -- and we're always after the best idea. Were looking for creative and smart people to join our team and help us in our missions to find the best idea. If thats you, wed love to hear from you.

Position Description

iPullRank is looking for a Technical Search Engine Optimization Manager to join our team to deliver strong consulting and robust technical solutions to support our enterprise clients and their complex challenges. The client-facing role works directly with Client teams to deliver best-in-class technical SEO that drives results. This role will perform SEO site audits, backlink audits, log file audits and otherwise proactively identify technical SEO opportunities to drive organic traffic and improve page performance. Will collaborate with the content strategist team on keyword research, competitive analysis and client reporting. The Technical SEO Manager is a master of all things Google with a technical mindset and an understanding of how Organic Search plays with the rest of the marketing mix. This person will lead technical SEO efforts on one of our teams and collaborate extensively with the Director of SEO and Mike King to actively contribute to SEO research to develop new strategies within the SEO community. Salary range: $85,000-$100,000.

What Youll Do

  • Proactively identify on-page SEO opportunities
  • Develop and own strategy and roadmap of technical SEO activities for assigned accounts
  • Perform comprehensive Site Audits
  • Perform in-depth log file analysis
  • Improve conversion of Organic Search traffic
  • Own performance monitoring reports and KPIs
  • Work with Content Strategy to determine keyword content opportunities for client sites
  • Work with Analysts to perform Persona-Driven Keyword Research
  • Perform competitive analysis to identify actionable insights
  • Present deliverables and results to clients
  • QA of technical SEO implementations
  • Review algorithm updates to develop thought leadership content
  • Contribute to new business through iPullRank inbound marketing efforts and research for new business pitches


  • Minimum 4-5 years of search engine optimization experience
  • Possess thorough, up-to-date knowledge of search engine ranking factors and maintains current SEO practices
  • Solid understanding of website architecture, and core web vitals, schema, indexing, crawling and site migration. Ability to accurately diagnose poor page performance.
  • Previous client-facing experience
  • Proficiency with HTML, CSS required
  • Working knowledge of JavaScript and relevant frameworks such as React, and Angular preferred
  • Proficiency with Analytics packages and Google Search Console
  • Familiar with industry-standard SEO software
  • Highly proficient in Microsoft Office applications: Excel and PowerPoint
  • Strong analytical mindset and skills, excellent problem-solving skills
  • Exceptionally clear oral and written communication skills
  • High level of initiative and work well in a team environment
  • US-based position

Skills of interest

  • Backend programming language such as Python or PHP
  • Relational database skills such as MySQL
  • Experience working in an agency environment
  • Experience with Paid Search


  • We Offer Competitive Salaries Commensurate with Experience
  • Paid holidays and sick days
  • 100% Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance
  • 3 weeks of vacation and $1K in Paid Paid Vacation to enjoy during your time off
  • Budget to improve your personal work station
  • Paid parental leave
  • $1K towards career related learning
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