What is the title and department you ask?
Conversation is seeking a Media Planner to join our Client Services Department.
What are the responsibilities?
• Contribute to client and agency growth by being a rockstar team member.
• Work with our Client Services Director to t plan and buy groundbreaking cross-channel media programs.
• Be accountable for maximizing returns on advertising and promotional activities across different media channels.
• Assist in working closely with the client to understand their wants, needs and objectives and then make the important decisions about what media channels should be used for specific campaigns.
• Bring innovative thinking to the agency, constantly looking to improve our product.
What will the qualified candidate be able to exhibit?
• Understanding and passion for marketing communications and human behavior, specifically as it applies to this position, with skillsets required to execute responsibilities effectively and efficiently.
• A degree in marketing, English, journalism, operational research or another relevant field.
• 2 years of prior agency experience in a similar role.
• Ability to work within a diverse, proactive team environment.
• Go getter, can-do attitude.
• Genuine, fun personality (life's too short, right?)
Why is this position important?
Because without a Media Planner we wouldn’t have a clue on how to best advertise a client's brand or product!
What's in it for me?
Well aside from the obvious "beating out a thousand other candidates for a coveted position within our agency", we offer a competitive base, bonus potential, benefits, 401k, equity participation potential for employees with a certain tenure, and a fun, genuine, and innovative work environment.
How do I apply?!
Please click the "Apply Online" button below to reveal the application. Include your name, email, and a message stating why you are uniquely qualified for this position and why you want to work with Conversation. Also include any relevant highlights, portfolio samples (if applicable), salary requirements, and any other fun facts or, er, embarrassing stories that might lead to a conversation starter.