Born of a creative agency and fueled by start-up technology, The Media Kitchen is today's most inventive full-service communications planning and buying agency. While we are 100% multi-modal, we consider ourselves to be digitally centric. We stay on top of the latest advancements by maintaining relationships within the start-up community and also by creating start-up businesses ourselves. Both uniquely position TMK to provide our clients unmatched service in their online and offline media needs and help drive innovation in the industry.

At TMK we love cooking up media to reach and inspire consumers so our clients win.

The Role:

The Media Kitchen is seeking a Search Strategist to become a valued member of this visionary, creative media agency. The Search Strategist is an ambitious search expert with a mind for approaching projects strategically, practically, and zealously.

Our team is evolving to take on programmatic responsibilities. As the Search Strategist, you have an overall interest in media and are driven to learn more about programmatic buying.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • 1-3 years of experience managing paid search and YouTube campaigns
  • Ability to run search campaigns with little to no supervision
  • Experience with third-party search platforms such as Marin, Kenshoo, and Search Ads 360 (Marin preferred)
  • Experience trafficking URLs with ad servers, such as Campaign Manager and Sizmek, and analytics platforms including Google and Adobe Analytics
  • Experience training and managing a team (small or large) is a plus
  • Experience with display, video, and social campaigns, such as GDN, YouTube, and Facebook, and fractional contribution partners, such as VisualIQ is a plus

The Search Strategist will...

  • Plan, execute, lead, and optimize paid search and video campaigns across Google, YouTube, Bing, and other partners towards client metrics
  • Seize the opportunity to learn new channels and skills, including programmatic buying through DSPs such as the Trade Desk
  • Maintain reporting for operational maintenance (e.g. budget trackers) and for client delivery including reports that flow into greater client deliverables and presentations
  • Develop a deep understanding of the client’s business objectives and audience in order to identify potential opportunities for keyword and audience expansion
  • Establish and communicate paid search best practices
  • Manage relationships with vendors
  • Coordinate efforts with other media team members to ensure strategies and objectives align

At TMK We...

  • Are Entrepreneurial.
  • Are Driven.
  • Are Curious.
  • Are Quirky.
  • Are Kind.
  • Share.
  • Are Fun.
  • Are Humble.

We are an equal opportunity workplace committed to building a team culture that celebrates diversity and inclusion.

Born of a creative agency and fueled by start-up technology, The Media Kitchen is today's most inventive full-service communications planning and buying agency. While we are 100% multi-modal, we consider ourselves to be digitally centric. We stay on top of the latest advancements by maintaining relationships within the start-up community and also by creating start-up businesses ourselves. Both uniquely position TMK to provide our clients unmatched service in their online and offline media needs and help drive innovation in the industry.

At TMK we love cooking up media to reach and inspire consumers so our clients win.

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