The Hired Guns are seeking a Digital Media Buyer to support paid social campaigns at a leading digital agency for media, entertainment, and the arts.
The Nitty Gritty
The backstory on the organization and why they need to hire you!
A leading digital marketing agency that works with entertainment, media, and mission-based clients needs a full-time Digital Media Buyer to be a hands-on, end-to-end campaign manager across social media channels. This position will work collaboratively with the digital teams (planning, search and social, programmatic, data, and creative) to successfully deliver high-quality campaigns for arts organizations, social-justice causes, and higher education. This is an opportunity to own the budget, pacing, optimization, and QA of digital advertising campaigns across the entire social media landscape.
How you’ll know if you’re a fit…
You have 2+ years of media buying experience (preferably in a digital agency) and are savvy with the tools of the trade (Facebook Ads Manager, Facebook Business Manager, YouTube, Google Search, Google Display Network, Google Analytics). In previous roles, you have demonstrated both knowledge and utilization of first- or third-party data and can point to examples of how you contributed to the optimization of a campaign to meet and surpass campaign KPIs. Your strong organizational and mathematical skills mean you have a reputation for delivering high-quality work on deadline. Previous media trafficking experience is required.
The Inside Skinny
Why you should quit your job right now and join this organization!
This agency has been honored with numerous workplace awards for its commitment to both the workplace and its team members. This is a place with huge retention and lots of room to grow (they are willing to move people across verticals to follow their passions). Work/life balance is really central to this culture. Plus, their list of employee benefits is a mile long. Looking for your next great agency? We think you found it.
The Hired Guns does not and will not discriminate in considering and referring candidates for employment, or in its treatment or advancement of its employees, and will not tolerate harassment, on the basis of race, color, religion, gender (including gender identity and expression), sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, or any other status protected by applicable federal, state or local law.