Overview

Rise Interactive (http://www.riseinteractive.com), a rapidly growing full service interactive advertising agency, is looking to hire a Senior Internet Marketing Consultant for our Programmatic team in our Mexico City office. We are looking for a self-directed, detail-oriented individual who thrives in an entrepreneurial culture as we grow our quickly expanding client base.

Summary and Scope

The Senior Internet Marketing Consultant, Programmatic is a subject matter expert in the field of programmatic. They independently oversee all facets of programmatic media initiatives, including: media strategy and planning, campaign execution, account optimization, and in-depth analysis. The Senior Internet Marketing Consultant, Programmatic works closely with the Account Management team to drive programmatic strategy, fulfill client requests and provide thought leadership for Rise’s most complex Programmatic accounts. In addition to this, the Senior Internet Marketing Consultant, Programmatic will be working with their team to improve the efficiency and growth of their clients. The Senior Internet Marketing Consultant, Programmatic will have superior organizational skills and time management skills as they will be expected to manage the deliverables and scope all of our existing client work.

Responsibilities:

  • Supervises programmatic media execution; maintains a focus on the long-term development and growth of the client’s programmatic strategy
  • Develops multi-channel media plans for varying client goals, demonstrating knowledge of each channel's role within media strategies
  • Understands how to troubleshoot campaign errors and quickly apply solutions within relevant platforms
  • Provides project guidance to team members supporting accounts with clear and direct feedback on their execution
  • Fulfills all billable client hours monthly while establishing timelines for individual project completion
  • Proactively calls out performance highlights/issues, communicating clear next steps
  • Active leader in team discussions, encouraging participation and knowledge sharing among team members
  • Comfortable as an active member on client communication
  • Able to defend programmatic initiatives out of a last touch environment, utilizing multiple disparate data sources to tell a cohesive story for the client

Required Skills:

  • Bachelor's degree 
  • Strong written and verbal English communication skills required
  • Strategic and creative thinking 
  • Passionate about delivering innovative, measurable client solutions
  • Able to maintain high levels of focus and productivity with minimal supervision
  • Adaptable to a dynamic work environment
  • Experience with data analysis
  • Self-motivated with innate curiosity
  • Results and detail oriented
  • Effective time management and organizational habits

Preferred Skills:

  • Experience with media buying & trafficking.
  • Platform knowledge: Google Display & Video 360, Google Campaign Manager, The Trade Desk
  • Excellent knowledge of Excel
  • Strong relationships with publisher and technology partners
  • Understands media planning concepts such as reach, frequency, frequency management, ROI and latency
 

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