Director, Digital Media Analytics

San Francisco, California
US$150000 - US$170000 per annum

Director, Digital Media Analytics

San Francisco, CA

$150-170k

About the Company

  • An evolving advertising agency which prides itself on being the most analytically-driven and data-focused firm in the market.
  • They take a revolutionary approach to marketing and leave no avenue unexplored.
  • They have cultivated a collaborative work culture empowering their team to take risks, support each other, and deliver excellence.
  • Based out of Oakland, CA.

About the Role

  • Head up the digital media analytics function across multiple enterprise clients.
  • Work with paid search, paid social, programmatic video, native and web analytics to optimize campaigns across all digital channels.
  • Oversee delivery of weekly, monthly, quarterly and ad hoc reporting, and present results directly to clients.
  • Build out and lead a cross-functional analytics team.

Desired Skills and Qualifications

  • Advanced knowledge of digital media and analytics platforms including Tableau (or similar BI tools), DCM, Google Analytics, Adobe Analytics, Google AdWords, Facebook Ads Manager etc.
  • Excellent communication skills and experienced delivering presentations to key stakeholders.
  • Experienced leading a team, training in and mentoring new analysts.

Benefits

  • Competitive 401K
  • 100% Coverage on Healthcare - medical, dental, vision
  • Other competitive benefits

How to apply

Click reply or send an email attaching your CV

Keywords

Digital Media, Display, Programmatic, Video, Campaign Management, Supervisor, Manager, Leader, Paid Social, Supervisor, Facebook, Twitter, Social Media, Media Analytics, Analysis, Analyst, Portland, Oregon, Facebook Ads Manager, Advertising, Marketing, Agency, Paid Social Media.

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