Affiliate Manager

London, England, United Kingdom Full-time

Affiliate Manager
Salary/rate negotiable
Based in London, Paddington


About Bark

Bark is a fast-growing online service marketplace. We’re experiencing hockey-stick growth, have over 3 million customers and are profitable and cash generative.

We use cutting-edge technology and an extraordinarily talented team of people to solve an age old problem – how to find the best available professional for any job, every time no matter what the need.

Bark is a dynamic, exciting early stage business but with the financial security of an established business - so you get all the benefits of working in a startup environment (ownership, agility, responsibility and stimulation) without any of the worry.


About the role

This is a great opportunity to come in and own our Affiliate programme.

You’ll own the strategy for Affiliates in the company and be hands-on in running the programme from discovery, education, management and reporting. Therefore, it is critical you are a self-starter that can bring a wealth of experience to the team from day one.

We see huge potential for a properly executed affiliate strategy to drive revenue and attract both buyers and sellers to our platform in both the UK and the US.



  • Take full ownership of the Affiliate strategy & management
  • Create new relationships with publishers and networks
  • Create and manage best practice to ensure all affiliates are promoting Bark
  • Locate, onboard and motivate new affiliates in line with business objectives
  • Design and develop a programme to encourage new customers to register on Bark via affiliates
  • Drive measurable results


Required skills & experience

  • The successful candidate more than likely has at least 3 years experience of running and managing an expansive affiliate program as well as devising the strategy
  • Experience in B2C or SMB environments, with high volume online transactions
  • A self-starter and able to demonstrate that through past experience
  • Strong project management and reporting skills
  • Highly numerate and able to analyse data and trends
  • Excellent communication skills both written & verbal
  • Commercially astute
  • Driven, ambitious and keen to grow with the company

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