Köln, Nordrhein-Westfalen
€60000 - €70000 per annum + BONUS



60.000 - 70.000 € PLUS BONUS

Dies ist eine großartige Gelegenheit, mit einer angesehenen Agentur für digitales Marketing als Programmatic Campaign Manager in ihrer deutschen Niederlassung zusammenzuarbeiten, wobei Sie für die programmatische Vertikale des Marketingteams verantwortlich sind. Wenn Sie über einen technischen Hintergrund und umfassende Erfahrung bei der Durchführung programmatischer Kampagnen verfügen, ist diese Rolle für Sie gut geeignet.


Diese Agentur hat sich auf mehrere Kanäle im gesamten digitalen Marketing spezialisiert und konzentriert sich darauf, ihren Kunden qualitativ hochwertige Lösungen zu liefern. Das deutsche Büro ist ein relativ neues Unternehmen, so dass es trotz des rasanten Wachstums in den letzten Jahren immer noch ein "Start-up" -Gefühl hat. Die Gründer sind auch Branchenexperten, da sie ein hervorragendes Ausbildungsprogramm bieten und einen guten Ruf haben.


Als Programmatic Campaign Manager sind Sie für die Durchführung der Datenanalyse verantwortlich und schlagen Vorschläge vor, die die digitale Strategie beeinflussen. Im Wesentlichen wird der erfolgreiche Kandidat Daten verwenden, um bessere programmatische Kampagnen zu formulieren.

Sie sind für die Konversation mit den Kunden verantwortlich, um festzustellen, welche Methoden sie derzeit verwenden, und um das Problem zu entschlüsseln. Daraus wird der erfolgreiche Kandidat die relevante Strategie und die Ratschläge, die der Kunde möglicherweise benötigt, bereitstellen.

Zu den Hauptaufgaben gehören unter anderem:

  • Zusammenarbeit mit Kunden, um den für ihre Anforderungen am besten geeigneten programmatischen Plattformstapel zu ermitteln
  • Planen und Einrichten programmatischer Kampagnen in DSPs wie DV 360 und MediaMath
  • Problembehandlung über HTML oder JavaScript
  • Berichterstellung nach der Implementierung mit Tools wie Excel und Datorama


Der erfolgreiche Programmatic Campaign Manager hat:

  • Einen Bachelor-Abschluss
  • Umfangreiche kaufmännische Erfahrung im programmatischen Handel oder in der Aktivierung, bei einer Medienagentur oder auf Kundenseite
  • Praktische Erfahrung mit zahlreichen DSPs
  • Zuvor häufig mit Kunden interagiert
  • Umfangreiche Erfahrung in der Entwicklung programmatischer Strategien, der Problemlösung und dem End-to-End-Management solcher Kampagnen


  • 60.000 bis 70.000 € plus Bonus
  • Umfassende Schulung zur Verfügung gestellt
  • Arbeiten Sie für eine renommierte Agentur mit Branchenexperten

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