Mediahub is a global media planning and buying company with over 900 employees worldwide. We are an award-winning agency built for challenger brands – those disrupting the status quo and looking to reinvent how to reach consumers and measure success. Our smart and nimble team consists of key verticals including Insights + Action (Comms), P3 (Search, Paid Social & Programmatic), and our creative media group, the R+D (Radical + Disruptive) Lab, which specializes in working with avant-garde media partners to develop ideas that consumers seek out, share and talk about. 

As one of the three major Interpublic media agencies (NYSE: IPG), we are powered by the buying and intelligence power of Magna Global and the data and tech backbone of Kinesso. We’re proud to have been named Adweek’s 2018 U.S. Media Agency of the Year and Ad Age's 2019 and 2020 Media Agency of the Year.

Our mission? To be an agency that attracts, retains, and promotes outstanding employees of all backgrounds, perspectives, and abilities while fostering an accepting, antiracist culture and atmosphere where all employees can do their best work and feel safe, fulfilled and appreciated. We hope you will join us!

Position Overview

The Planning team builds and maintains strong client relationships. Their focus is to think strategically about the business, develop business by building opportunities and actively contribute to the planning process. This team effectively problem solves, generates innovative solutions and displays energy and passion for the work presented. Mediahub strives to challenge the status quo by consistently looking beyond the quantitative. To be most successful at Mediahub, you must be organized, creative, and confident to support media issues relative to your account(s).

The successful candidate must also maintain a positive attitude in the face of a constantly changing environment. Must be a problem solver and professional in all communications both inside the agency and with clients.We are looking for a high energy individual who thrives on creating disruptive efforts in media, yet at the same time understands how data/tech drive business.

 

Responsibilities

• The role of Senior Media Planner will be responsible for the planning of all media for existing clients and new business, in addition to research, development, and presentation of media plans.

• Researches, develops, and plans media for specified clients.

• Attends vendor co-op meetings, as required, and presents media plans.

• Presents media plans to account management personnel and clients.

• Meets with media representatives and analyzes proposals and packages for print advertising.

• Provides new and profitable ideas to grow clients’ business.

• Gathers, organizes and presents competitive research and spending data.

• Works hand-in-hand with the Account Service team on integrated clients.

• Maintains effective relationships with clients and vendors/partners.

• You will be the key point of contact for billing on your brands and will handle billing discrepancies as they arise.

 

Qualifications

• Bachelors degree in business administration/marketing preferred.

• 2+ years of agency experience required.

• Senior Media Planners are responsible for the planning of all media for existing clients and new business, in addition to research, development, and presentation of media plans.

• Increasing understanding of and interest in Media Alternatives and Media Integrations

• Must be able to occasionally travel to supported markets or client events

• Desire to learn new things, both formally and informally.

• Passion to collaborate in a creative environment.

• Ability to work on several projects at once.

• Excellent communication skills.

• Excellent negotiation skills

• Experience in Traditional and digital media planning/buying

• Proficient in Power Point

• Advanced Word, Excel and Writing Skills

BENEFITS OF JOINING MEDIAHUB: 

One of our primary goals is to support the health and well-being of you and your family. Our compensation plan includes the following benefits, in addition to many others: 

  • Healthcare Options 
    • Medical 
    • Dental 
    • Vision 
    • Prescription Coverage 
  • Dependent and Health Care Flexible Spending Accounts 
  • 401(k) savings plan with company match 
  • Unlimited PTO and year-round “Summer Fridays”
  • Paid family leave
  • Health and wellness support including an Employee Assistance Program, Calm/Headspace discounts, parenting resources and more
  • On-demand professional coaching
  • Legal Assistance Plan 
  • Employee Stock Purchase Plan
  • Exclusive discounts on cell phones, gyms, and everyday purchases

Employees must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and, if hired, present proof of vaccination prior to start date, unless eligible for a medical or religious accommodation or other accommodation required under applicable law.

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.

ACCESSIBILITY NOTICE: If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the employment process due to a physical or mental disability, please send an email to: disabilityaccommodations@mullenlowe.com - please include your location in the subject line of your email (BOS, NY, LA, WNS)

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