Mediahub is one the hottest and fastest growing media shops in the U.S. We’ve been honored as Ad Age's Media Agency of the Year, a Leader in Forrester's first-ever wave of major media shops, and Adweek's U.S. Media Agency of the Year. Our focus on challenging the modern media landscape by using creativity and innovation to connect with real humans has allowed us to attract some of the best brands in the world, including Netflix, Twitch, Pinterest, Dropbox, JetBlue, Patron, Chipotle, and Fox Entertainment and Sports. And through the work we’ve done with these brands, we’ve been honored to win multiple prestigious awards including Adweek U.S. Media Agency of The Year in 2018, AdAge Media Agency of The Year in 2019 and 2020, and the top Leader in Forrester's first-ever wave of major media shops.

Position Overview

The Executive Director of the New York office will be a dynamic and ambitious leader responsible for four key aspects: office growth, senior client service, agency leadership, and leading the team.

In terms of office growth, New York is a high priority for Mediahub. It is our goal to grow a 100+ person office exponentially over the course of the next five years. Therefore, the Executive Director will need to be comfortable participating in, and even leading new business pitches. For senior client service, this role would be expected to have executive-level relationships with New York based clients such as JetBlue, Navy Federal Credit Union, Dropbox, Remy Cointreau, and more. This person will also be part of the agency’s senior leadership, contributing to the perpetual business planning and building establishing Mediahub as a leading agency in the 2020’s and beyond. Finally, and crucially, the Executive Director will be the leader of the people of the New York office. Mediahub New York is already a diverse and capable team and we are committed to taking it to the next level. The leader will be responsible for recruiting, nurturing, and managing the people and culture of the office.


  • Manages an office of 100+ people, including the growth, nurturing, and management of these people.
  • Participates and leads new business pitches.
  • Grows the NY office and has a strong vision of where marketing and media are going in the next five years.
  • Sits on the agency’s senior leadership team, helping to set the vision, developing business planning, and implementing those plans.
  • Sets the tone for creating an inclusive and diverse office culture.
  • Acts as the executive sponsor for key clients, developing and managing relationships with CMO’s and other senior clients.
  • Any other duties as assigned.                                                                                                                                   


  • Bachelor’s Degree required.
  • Experience: 15+ years in the business at major media shops with both digital and traditional media.
  • Leadership: A track record in building, nurturing, and managing diverse teams.
  • Growth: Experience in new business pitch processes, senior client relationships, and growing client revenue.
  • Communication: Strong written and verbal communication required. Dynamic new business presentation skills a must.
  • Soft Skills: Strong organizational skills, ability to multitask in a fast-paced environment, and close attention to detail.
  • Digital first, data driven, and right-brained mindset that can inspire the NY office.
  • Strengths include drive to create never been done media activations across all clients.
  • Leadership: Inspire, mentor, and guide employees, as well as clients. Provide leadership to SVP’s, VP’s, and other managers within the media team, while working with other service line leads to ensure the proper people management is in place.

You must be eligible to work in the United States to be considered for this role.

This job description is subject to change at any time.

Work is regularly performed in a professional office environment and routinely uses standard office equipment. The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

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