Senior Digital Advertising Manager

20036, Washington D.C., 10007, New York City, 02108, Boston
Competitive annual salary + bonus, health, dental, and 401k
May 15, 2018
Metro Area
New York
Full Time

As our Senior Digital Advertising Manager, here’s what else you’ll be doing on any given day:

  • Participating in client strategy and media planning meetings
  • Draft media plans, memos and data reports for clients
  • Project management - manage your teams flawlessly making sure all campaigns and client deliverables launch on time and are error-free.
  • Client management: prep for and lead weekly client check-ins. Triage all client communications for the team,
  • Working with ad team to implement and manage digital advertising campaigns across our clients. This includes display/retargeting,video, mobile, SEM, email marketing, and Facebook advertising.
  • Providing guidance to graphic designer and client teams on effective creative.  
  • Negotiating terms with advertising venues, review and finalize contracts, approve invoices.
  • Placing and monitoring media buys - and making adjustments as necessary to optimize results.
  • Evaluate digital advertising performance - produce detailed reports on campaigns.
  • Research new advertising venues and stay abreast of online advertising trends; develop and maintain relationships with vendors and partners.
  • Consistently use findings to inform best practices and train staff.

And then there’s you. You…

  • Have 3+  years of experience managing all aspects of a digital advertising program, including media buying and account management experience.
  • Have experience with each of the following channels: display, paid social and search.
  • Have worked directly in demand-side platforms such as Doubleclick Bid Manager, Google Adwords, Mediamath, Turn, X+1, AdRoll. You’re not afraid to dig into unknown technology platforms – and have done so in the past.
  • Love getting your hands dirty with data – you can make your way around Google Analytics and pivot tables with ease and interpret the results.
  • Are excited at the prospect of helping amazing organizations figure out how to use their resources to find the right supporters for their cause.
  •  Are detail-oriented! There are lots of details. You are the person who spots that misplaced pixel that’s not tracking conversions properly.
  • Take ownership of and initiative in everything you do, and understand how to work in a team
  • Are not afraid to speak your mind – you continually suggest new ideas or ways to improve on old ideas or processes