Programmatic Media opportunity for a media agency
You will need to have 3+ years in a digital role with significant knowledge in online marketing. Strong knowledge of the programmatic media ecosystem and experience with the utilisation of a Demand Side Platform is also crucial, along with recent managerial experience in performance or direct-response online advertising.
Ideally you will have Tertiary qualifications relevant to such a role with significant knowledge in online marketing. Experience with Google AdWords, Facebook, YouTube and related platforms are desirable and you will be ideally certified with Google Fundamentals and Advance Display.
You will have a deep working knowledge of display, biddable, affiliates and search digital performance channels and be proactive in driving greater deliverables across the agency’s digital structure. The role is focused around being an expert in the field so this role will require a strong technical and numerical aptitude with a high level of attention to detail.
This is a great opportunity for someone to step into a key programmatic performance role at this medium-sized Auckland media agency. As a Programmatic Specialist, this client-facing role is designed to lead and grow this media agency’s digital performance specialisation, both internally to grow the agency’s understanding of digital performance channels and externally to drive new revenue streams from its client base.
In keeping with the seniority of the position, your oral and written presentation skills will be first-class along with the ability to work collaboratively across client marketing, digital and data teams to facilitate maximum return on their marketing investment.
Situated in Auckland’s city-fringe, this agency prides itself on its level of professionalism and the major role it plays in the NZ communications.
If you are ready to step up and be a key lead in helping grow the agency’s Performance Digital product, this is a role that will be both satisfying and provide future growth.
Interested? Send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting Vacancy #5107SP. Or you can give Barry a call on 021 984 114, or Ellana 021 467 499.
The mish mash of styles in the 60 is equally average. Overall nothing worth showcasing here surely?
Lolz, the entire screed above is disingenous at best, leaning towards blatantly egregious. In fact, this is classic lefty Stuff, fake news. Its utter lack of credibility will not be assuaged by censoring comment with which the editorial team disagrees, ...
They say 'imitation is the sincerest form of flattery' and I hesitate to accuse GJ Gardner of plagiarism, but there's some very similar material in here to my Building Guide, which has been around for over 25 years (11 published ...
I'm in Bid.
Yep, I think there must be much gnashing of teeth at PureSEO about their PR piece being mangled.
Sorry... "... on Pure SEO..." and " ...sites like Pure SEO...., clearly the author doesn't understand what Google Shopping is what the role is of SEM companies like Pure SEO (and many other that can help clients to leverage Google ...
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