DIY Media Planner/Buyer (SEM/Social)
Google is my b*tch25/35/35 (on my first try)I dream in algorithmsI make keyword build-outs funI’m a teacherBut I’m not too proud to be taughtMy life is organized in ExcelI ran Facebook ads for my last apartment searchPeople fascinate meI get a rise out of anything that’s new in mediaCPM, CPA, CPC, CPL, it’s all relativeI was the first of my friends to supermayor statusPinterest recommends you follow meI bring it. Everyday.I love media.Is this you? Then we want to talk. Crossmedia is a growing communications planning and media services agency and we’re hiring for our DIY team. What do we mean by DIY? It’s what we call self-service digital platforms (think SEM/SEO, social media) and the DIY team leads these efforts within the agency. The DIY planner/buyer works with the team director to determine agency guidelines/best practices, serves as an internal agency resource on all things search/social and manages select DIY-only accounts.You have 1-3 years experience in the day-to-day management and execution of Google AdWords and Microsoft Adcenter SEM campaigns. You’re a wiz at setting-up PPC campaigns and implementing paid search optimization strategies (including keyword research, query build-outs, ad copy development and landing page association/optimization). You’re diligent and disciplined and have the strong budget management and ROI measurement skills to prove it. But you’re also comfortable in a casual and collaborative environment where the strictest policy revolves around having burgers every Friday. In an ideal world, you’ll already have experience with Doubleclick, Google Analytics, Facebook/Twitter but we’ll teach the right person. Most importantly, you’re truly passionate about advertising and enjoy both teaching and learning about the wonderful world of search and social media. Please email your resume and cover letter in a Word or PDF attachment to email@example.com, subject: DIY Planner/BuyerFor a peek inside, check us out at www.xmedia.com or at facebook.com/crossmedianyPlease include cover letter with resume. No phone calls please.