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Senior Ad Operations Campaign Manager

Apartment Therapy Media is looking for a Senior Ad Ops Campaign Manager to join our Ad Ops team here in our sunny, Soho office!

The Senior Ad Operations Campaign Manager will work closely with the Senior Ad Operations Manager and fellow Campaign Managers in all aspects of campaign fulfillment.  This includes campaign implementation, creative tag troubleshooting, pacing, and successful delivery.

The ideal candidate should be self-motivated and willing to work hard in a demanding, dynamic sales driven environment.  This person must be solution oriented and work well with a team. This person must have a thorough working knowledge of ad serving front and back-end systems, be a team player and have a positive attitude and upbeat spirit.

Responsibilities:

  • Schedule and traffic direct-sold campaigns across Apartment Therapy and The Kitchn
  • Monitor and analyze the delivery of campaigns towards both performance and pacing
  • Become the expert on our internal site specs and product offering
  • QA all assets to ensure they meet with our specifications
  • Track all 1st and 3rd party vendor delivery and update internal Reporting Template to monitor all campaign pacing
  • Recommend appropriate campaign optimizations toward client KPI’s
  • Troubleshoot any issues related to your campaigns including tag errors, delivery discrepancies, pacing, or reporting
  • Work with Account Management and Sales on inventory availability
  • Along with the Senior Manager, act as point-of-contact for department inquiries

Qualifications:

  • 3+ years of relevant work experience at a digital publisher or agency
  • Ability to work under pressure in a fast pace environment
  • Knowledge of 3rd party ad hosting systems, including Rich Media (Doubleclick, Sizmek, Doubleverify, etc)
  • Effective communicator, both written and oral
  • Strong attention to detail and meticulous with numbers
  • Self-starter, results-oriented attitude, ability to meet deadlines
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Passion for learning and creative problem-solving
  • Proficient in Doubleclick Ad Serving systems (DFP)/ Google Ad Manager (GAM)
  • Knowledge in the use of a web debugging tool such as Charles or Fiddler strongly preferred
  • Familiarity with Programmatic Guaranteed deals preferred

Benefits:

  • A chance to work in our cheerful and sunny (and dog friendly!) Soho office
  • In office snacks, quarterly happy hours, and fun health and wellness initiatives
  • Competitive base salary
  • Medical, Dental and Vision benefits
  • 401k and company Profit Share Plan
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