Sales Director

  • Auckland - Ponsonby

Scroll Media is a digital advertising exchange representing the media across a range of 12+ premium web publishers. Our brand safe partners include NZX, Interest, Geekzone, Tennis NZ, NRL, SkyKiwi, Golf, PriceSpy, IGN, Scoop and more, with a combined reach of over 1,000,000 monthly unique users. Our team of experts deliver programmatic display and video campaigns for leading NZ advertisers through the power of Rubicon Project and AppNexus, using highly engaging display and video ad units. Due to rapid growth, we have an exciting opportunity available for a Sales Director to join our team.
To be successful in this role you will have:
• Proven success working within a digital ad sales environment with a minimum of 4-5 years’ experience
• Experience and a passion for programmatic advertising and Real time bidding RTB
• Experience in preparing and presenting sales proposals using data analysis
• Excellence in responding to briefs
• Solid relationships with media agency buyers
• Exposure to commercial and contract negotiations
• Ability to grow revenue from existing key agency clients
In return, you will receive a host of benefits and enjoy a culture and working environment where people are passionate about digital media and the growth of the industry. Based in our shared offices in Ponsonby, you will report directly to Managing Director and be supported by a team offering account management, trafficking, technical and administrative expertise.
If this sounds like you, then don’t delay! Submit your covering letter and CV by contacting
Applications close January 23, 2019 at 5pm

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