Media Planning Account Manager
- Wood Ln, London W12, UK
SPARK FOUNDRY is a thriving global media network and part of Publicis Groupe, one of the world’s leading communications groups. We are globally connected with over 8,000 employees in 110 offices across 70 countries.
At SPARK FOUNDRY, we harness a startup spirit with a powerhouse soul, melding an entrepreneurial, innovative business approach with the full resources, capabilities and clout of Publicis Media.
Our client is the biggest global wealth management organization. Our scope is global and activated by a central team working in collaboration with the client. SPARK FOUNDRY has been working with the client for 15 years and has developed a strong partnership.
The Team/Department Profile
Spark Foundry undertakes strategic development and global media planning and buying and execution of the client's campaigns. This includes cross media planning and buying (offline and online media - Direct buys/ Programmatic Guaranteed, Paid social and Paid search) as well as content partnerships. The team is truly international and always welcome people of different cultures. The London team goes to Zurich on average 4 times per year for team building events and client meetings (however travel has been barred currently due to the pandemic and will resume when safe to do so).
The ideal candidate must have strong digital planning and buying media experience and exposure to the digital media marketplace. Must have experience in activation, trafficking and reporting. Experience in offline media is an added advantage.
Attention to detail (is a must) combined with a passion for numbers and ability to draw conclusions based on different types of information or data. We are looking for someone that is confident, proactive, has strong communication skills, a natural coordinator and a huge team player. The role requires someone that is also able to work independently and under pressure.
The ideal candidate should come from a media agency background or from another marketing discipline, provided they can demonstrate they have the digital skills and knowledge specified.