Work at CCS Group

Let's achieve great things together.

We are a small and highly effective team. We have a small office in the Isle of Man, with the rest of the team working remotely throughout the UK and Europe. All of our positions are available as either remote or co-located roles.

As a team member, you will benefit from:

  • a very flat management structure, ensuring your input has an important impact on decisions
  • a flexible approach to working hours including careful consideration of work-life balance
  • remote work as a first-class citizen, allowing you to work from anywhere in the world with an internet connection
  • generous holiday allowance and perks

We are currently specifically hiring the specific roles described below. With that said, we are always looking to work with great people, so if you think you would be a good fit, please don't hesitate to introduce yourself by email to

Note to recruiters and agencies: please do not contact us about the advertised (or any other) positions. We wish to hear directly from individual candidates only.

Marketing Manager at CCS Group

This is a fantastic opportunity to join our company at an exciting time as we enter a new phase of growth and launch new products. We are looking for an ambitious, motivated and energetic marketing professional to help take the company to the next level.

About the company

CCS Group was established in 2007. We provide low-cost card payment processing services to small business customers in the UK.

We are a small, experienced and customer-driven team. Our mission is to help small businesses flourish.

The company has recently completed a major overhaul of its product offering. We are now focused on achieving growth by expanding our customer base.

About the role

You will be responsible for all marketing activities, across our two payment provider subsidiaries (CabCard Services and Optimus Pay).

You will work directly with the Managing Director and the CTO to develop and implement a complete marketing strategy. This will include working on inbound (including SEO), paid, social, influencer, email and traditional media marketing activities. Your overall goal will be to grow the company's customer base and establish a functioning engine of growth. As a key part of a small team, your input will be valued and you will have a significant impact on the company's development. You will benefit from considerable autonomy, a flat management structure and a quick, collaborative decision-making process.

Over time you will be able to grow your team in order to scale up marketing activities.

The position offers a competitive salary with excellent rewards for the right candidate.

About you

You are a motivated, ambitious and energetic marketing expert. You are open, curious and innovative, with a bias to action, and you are an excellent written and verbal communicator.

You have spent a number of years gaining marketing experience and are now looking to step up to a more challenging key marketing role with greater responsibility.

You are able to easily shift from big-picture strategy to hands-on execution. You are able to independently prioritise, plan and execute your work.

You stay up-to-date with new marketing trends and tools, and can select and apply them effectively.

You can maximise the effectiveness of a modest budget and understand how to run low-cost channel experiments to test the effectiveness of a medium or message, before committing to a full campaign.

You are confident wearing many hats, and have experience with (and a proven track record in) all or most of:

  • Marketing planning
  • Content strategy development
  • Storytelling
  • SEO
  • Media buying and PR
  • Branding and design
  • Asset creation including basic image and video editing
  • Social media management
  • Email marketing
  • PPC advertising
  • Conversion optimization
  • Analytics and metrics

Experience marketing products to SME niches, ideally in the UK, is highly beneficial. Experience with payment-related products or financial services is beneficial but not essential.

Please note this is a full-time (35-40 hours per week) remote role. You must be capable of, and comfortable with, working remotely and be familiar with a remote toolkit including Slack and Trello.

Ideally you will normally be based within a European time zone (UTC ± 3), and you will have prior experience working remotely.

How to apply

Please send your CV (and portfolio / examples of relevant work) to along with a concise covering note introducing yourself and indicating why you feel you are well-suited for this role. Applications will be accepted on an ongoing basis until the post is filled. The first interviews will be carried out (via video call) from Mon 23rd July.

We encourage applications from all qualified individuals without regard to race, colour, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, marital status and disability.

Note to recruiters and agencies: please do not contact us about the advertised (or any other) positions. We wish to hear directly from individual candidates only.