Ad Operations Analyst - Digital

San Francisco
Oct 08, 2012
Nov 07, 2012
JoAnne Davis
Advertising, Other
Full Time
iCrossing is looking for a motivated individual to join our San Francisco CA Digital Media Team as a Ad Operation Analyst. In this position, you will work closely with cross-discipline client account teams in meeting and exceeding client goals.

Specifically, the Ad Operation Analyst helps with the technical aspects of executing high profile and complex digital media campaigns and the analysis of the performance of those campaigns, including trafficking, reporting and campaign reconciliation. The Ad Operation Analyst will interface with Media Managers responsible for campaign planning, and members of the cross-functional insights and reporting teams.

The Ad Operation Analyst is expected to be a highly motivated individual with a demonstrated knowledge and/or interest in digital marketing and possessing the
drive to learn and master new skills and technologies.

* Execute digital media plans through use of third party adserver(s) and/or directly with publishers
* Integrate digital media analysis with existing capabilities in search, mobile, and social
* Manage and optimize digital media campaigns
* Maintain an understanding of industry trends and research industry related media.

* Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent work experience.
* 1 year of experience in online advertising field preferred
* Experience with third party ad servers, DART preferred
* Experience with Facebook campaign implementation and management preferred
* Strong working knowledge of excel and power point
* Working knowledge of Nielsen @plan, AdRelevance and Comscore preferred
* Ability to handle multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment, under tight deadlines
* Strong verbal and written communication skills
* Detail-oriented and organized
* Exhibit enthusiasm, passion, creativity and commitment

In your cover letter, please describe your interest in this role and why you would be a great candidate for consideration.

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