Senior Programmatic Management role at one of Auckland’s best…
This central Auckland-based integrated media agency is looking for a Programmatic Manager to guide all aspects of performance display and programmatic media delivery.
You are a passionate advocate for programmatic media and the wider digital media landscape. You will already be in a senior role in a media agency or related media industry environment with at least 7 years ‘hands-on’ digital experience and ready to step into this role.
Your style is that of a natural collaborator and you are a natural ‘people-person’ able to participate fully as an integral member of the media team, championing the further development and refinement of the programmatic product on behalf of the agency.
As a senior digital/programmatic specialist, you will bring strategic leadership, technical ‘know-how’ and an attitude of commercial responsibility in building internal/external relationships and upholding the agency’s commercial values around programmatic trading transparency and responsibility.
This Digital Manager Programmatic position is a leadership role at the intersection of programmatic media, data and digital operations designed to accelerate the advantage the agency's integrated model provides.
The role sits within the agency’s Digital Media team and is responsible for driving the agency’s programmatic and data capabilities, as well as servicing key clients with data potential. The specific aims of the role are:
To oversee the advancement of the agency’s in-house Trading Desk
To guide data-driven digital implementation and servicing for key agency clients; acting as a digital team director with expertise in biddable media
To guide the digital media team in programmatic inventory procurement, mapping of personalised messaging, and campaign optimisation based on DMP data inputs
To act as internal and external vocal and approachable champion for the agency's digital offering and advanced data-driven marketing
This centrally-located Auckland media agency is part of a wider integrated agency group, offering a superior track-record across both creative and media innovation across Axis, Beacons and Effies.
If you are ready to step up and be integral in helping grow the agency’s Performance Digital product, this is a role that will be both satisfying and provide future growth opportunities.
Send your CV to email@example.com quoting Ref. #5144SP. Call Barry on +64 21 984 114, or Ellana on +64 21 467 499.
lots of actors in it, unlike recruitment
NZTA falls apart with the dated look and delivery. Nothing believable, just advertising. Sorry but more realism, storytelling and believability could have made this standout, but it fails.
want to elaborate on that? did you hate the recruitment ad also?
Another waste of taxpayers' money and police time.
Right on the money as always. Microinfluencers get so much more engagement - and the good ones don't have to pay for fake followers! And I'm with you on Snapchat. You think you look better with a dog's face?!
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