Senior Campaign Manager, Programmatic – Stamford, Connecticut

 

DESCRIPTION:

    Our client is a powerhouse in the barter space, and they’re looking for a Senior Campaign Manager focused on programmatic for their digital side. The right candidate has experience communicating with clients to determine priorities and objectives, and knows how to ensure the delivery of campaign goals. Deep knowledge of programmatic is a requirement, as is the ability to drive strategy in a self-service capacity. This role is focused on high profile accounts and requires experience working with internal and external stakeholders.
FUNCTIONS:
  • Collaborate with Analytics, Media, and Account teams to optimize and elevate clients’ marketing goals
  • Work with partners, including DSPs, data, and inventory to develop strategy recommendations
  • Assure appropriate partner selection and best-in-class use of audience buying and data targeting
  • Stay abreast of developments within the industry and innovate in the field
  • Ensure performance of team and supervise development of media plans
  • Analyze and respond to forecasted opportunities to road-map strategy for accounts
  • Manage full-cycle campaign elements including briefing, strategic development, planning, buying, executing, and reporting
  • REQUIREMENTS:
    • Minimum of three years experience with self-service DSP management
    • Perform under pressure and deliver to exacting deadlines
    • A capacity to multi-task and manage multiple campaigns
    • Deep knowledge of pertinent technologies for tracking and serving, specifically DoubleClick, and experience with ad servers, measurement partners, research vendors, and programmatic tools
    • Working knowledge of DSPs and SSPs
    • The ability to communicate with various teams and convey essential information to stakeholders with limited digital and programmatic knowledge

To apply, please email your cover letter and resume here:
jobs@prohaskaconsulting.com

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