3WhiteHats Needs You!
If you’re a numbers oriented person, but with some creative flair about you too, why not apply for our latest vacancy?
Our Paid team is growing again and we are looking for an account exec to join 3WhiteHats. This can be your first job in Paid/PPC, or maybe you’ve got some experience already. We’re open to all and will provide you with training both internally and externally.
That said, if you’re an experienced paid expert already and looking for a new challenge – drop us a line too. We can tailor our job specs.
Join us and work with clients globally from our beautiful waterside offices in Falmouth. All members of the 3WhiteHats framily benefit from a personal training budget, access to the team paddle boards & kayaks, team lunch together, lots of team activities and nights out – all in a great working environment with likeminded people.
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