Scoppechio

  • Media Ad-Ops Assistant

    Job Locations US-KY-Louisville
    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(10/25/2018 3:26 PM)
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Media Services
  • Overview

    The primary responsibility of the Media Ad-Ops Assistant is to contribute towards all day to day responsibilities of the Ad-Ops team which manages the Agency’s digital and social media placement, optimization and reporting across a variety of accounts. The Media Ad-Ops Assistant reports directly to the Media Ad-Ops Manager. This Media Ad-Ops Assistant is an entry-level position and the career path is to develop the skills necessary to advance to the position of Media Buyer and on to Media Planner/Buyer or Specialist levels.

    Responsibilities

    • Prepare, QA, monitor and optimize campaigns across digital and social channels. Display, Google Search, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest
    • Prepares media campaign performance evaluations, reports and billing
    • Ability to multi-task and stay on task
    • Able to work efficiently and accurately under tight deadlines and pressure
    • Possesses strong math skills
    • Efficiently uses Word® and Excel® and is PC/Mac qualified, and proficient in PowerPoint® and general communication tools like email, outlook, etc. 
    • Attends internal planning, and brainstorming meetings
    • Monitors trade publications and websites, blogs for new media trends
    • Understands various media and their applications against Client strategies, goals and objectives
    • Understands the value and usefulness of traditional, digital and emerging media
    • Assists in the development of media plans for existing and prospective clients
    • Prepares estimates, insertion orders, reconciles invoices/IO’

    Qualifications

    • 4 year degree required
    • Previous internship experience in Advertising, Marketing or Communications Planning

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