Media Supervisor

Employer
Location
San Francisco
Posted
Aug 13, 2014
Closes
Sep 12, 2014
Contact
Mr. David Dobrow
Duration
Full Time
MEDIA SUPERVISOR
JOB DESCRIPTION


SUMMARY
This Media Supervisor will be responsible for maintaining and leading the day-to-day media operations of key media clients. This Media Supervisor will be fully engaged in supervision of the complete planning process, from RFP development through execution and is required to develop and maintain an intimate knowledge of a respective client’s business and ensure all media requirements are executed in a timely and accurate manner. It is critical for this Media Supervisor to think strategically about the media planning process and offer sound idea generation for plans, as well as to help guide all junior staff.

This position will also contribute to management of data analytics across the entire media team, including intimate involvement in the analytics process, from raw data management to data-driven, results-based recommendations.

This candidate will have exceptional interpersonal skills and be a true team player and demonstrate the desire to teach and manage a media staff. The Supervisor candidate will also work closely with the media team to offer support in strategic planning and client-development/presentations. This candidate will also play an active role in new business development.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
•Own and oversee key accounts, ensuring flawless execution of media plans.
•Excellent presentation skills both to groups and one-on-one.
•Ability to manage the flow of client media-related issues based on changes in direction, goals, and budgets. Be aware of the need to create solutions and resolve problems.
•Foster a good working relationship with account and client teams to facilitate flawless execution of plans.
•Maintain good rapport with sales representatives and vendors.
•Ability to provide media alternatives and be innovative in recommending strategic media solutions.
•Proficiency with all related software and Data Analytics programs a must: Word, Excel, Power Point, Omniture, Google Analytics, DART.

EDUCATION/TRAINING/EXPERIENCE
•5-7 years minimum agency experience
•Proficiency with related software and data analytics programs a must: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Omniture, Google Analytics, DART, etc.


The Account Supervisor is responsible for managing, coordinating and leading agency resources to meet the integrated marketing communication needs of assigned accounts. This position is often the primary day-­-to-­-day interface with mid-­-level client decision-­-makers and, with their Account Director, instrumental to the client’s success with the agency, and gyro‘s financial success with the account. This role also assists agency management to define key strategic issues for clients, and their impact on agency objectives. In addition, they will provide input to the management team on opportunities to generate incremental revenue growth, and will often be responsible for account team direct reports.

•Develop knowledge of clients’ business, competitive challenges, and how key strategic issues could impact client/agency objectives
•Develop an understanding of integrated marketing campaign management, production processes and reporting
•Develop project/creative/media briefs based on client/agency input and present briefs to creative team and other agency departments involved in the project’s development
•Be proactive – understand the big picture as well as the details and contribute suggestions, new ideas, procedure recommendations, etc. to team and agency management
•Lead meetings (internal/client) and deliver presentations clearly, effectively and confidently
•Learn how to analyze campaign results, draw conclusions and proactively make recommendations to optimize the client’s program
•Identify new opportunities within existing accounts and/or with complementary businesses to recommend and sell additional agency services
•Understand multiple marketing disciplines beyond just advertising or direct response (e.g., how all disciplines can best work together to support client goals)
•Forge strong cross-­-agency relationships;