Senior Digital Media Planner

Portland, Oregon
US$70000 - US$80000 per year

Senior Digital Media Planner

San Francisco or Portland

$70-80k + Commission

About the Company

  • An evolving full service 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.

About the Role

  • Lead cross-channel digital media strategy both for clients and the internal team.
  • Ensure the success of your digital media team, providing strategic guidance, and delegating and managing tasks efficiently to ensure success.
  • Manage and optimize programmatic campaigns, engaging with the relevant data at all stages of the buying process to provide insights and recommendations.
  • Take on campaign budget management, media planning and strategy reviews.
  • Act as the face of the company to clients and manage relationships.
  • Use DSPs, DCM trafficking and reporting, attribution technologies and Facebook.

Desired Skills and Qualifications

  • Extensive experience in digital media and with all forms of digital media (i.e. display, programmatic, paid social and video).
  • Expertise in campaign management tools.
  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience.
  • Experience in a leadership position and cross-functional teamwork.
  • Experience in performance media and B2C preferred.

Benefits

  • Competitive 401K
  • 100% Coverage on Healthcare - medical, dental, vision
  • Happy hours, catered lunches, open office environment
  • Other competitive benefits

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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