Role: Summer 2020 Programmatic Fellowship
Location: New York, NY

THE OPPORTUNITY

MiQ’s Programmatic Fellowship (MPF)
Develop the skills, experiences, and connections to accelerate your career in digital advertising

We’re launching our first-ever Fellowship Program to train and develop emerging talent. MPF is a full-time, paid opportunity for college juniors and recent graduates to explore the growing field of programmatic advertising. Participants will gain significant on-the-job learning experience within a chosen specialization (client services or programmatic trading) while building a professional tool kit and creating friendships and mentorships throughout a 10 week period.

Program Components

  • Technical training: industry learning and  role specific training
  • Experiential learning: projects and shadowing
  • Professional training and development: time management and communication skills
  • Team building: networking and social events

2020 Program Dates 
June 8 - August 14 (10 Weeks)
*Must be available to work on in our NYC office on full-time basis during the duration of the program

WHO WE ARE

We’re MiQ, a programmatic media partner for marketers and agencies. We connect data from multiple sources to do interesting, exciting, business-problem-solving things for our clients. We’re experts in data science, analytics and programmatic trading, and we’re always ready to react and solve challenges quickly, to make sure our clients are always spending their media investments on the right things in the right places.

Our business keeps growing and our company keeps getting better because we keep hiring smart new people.

People who can challenge conventions and shake things up. People who want to connect with people all over the world to make great things happen. People who are as excited by the opportunities of programmatic marketing as us.

If that sounds like you, we’d love to hear from you.


WHO YOU ARE

  • Detail-oriented, hard working, self motivated, and proactive 
  • Eager to learn about programmatic advertising and technology 
  • Energetic, driven, and enthusiastic 
  • Able to work on cross-functional teams and with different personalities 
  • Junior or graduating senior looking to explore opportunities within the programmatic space 
  • Available to work in our NYC office on a full-time basis during the duration of the program


WHAT YOU’LL BE DOING 

You can choose to specialize in Client Services (CS) or Programmatic Trading. Read below and tell us which excites you! Please submit your application for only one role. If we see that you could be fit for the other we will discuss them with you as you advance in the process.

Client Services (CS)
The client services team leads campaign execution and success through hard work, passion, and communication. They work across sales, trading, and analysis teams to execute digital media campaigns and provide clients with responsive service and the insights that help solve their business challenges. You can expect to further develop and build skills in organization, time management, communication, digital programmatic knowledge, and digital media strategy.

Key traits for success

  • Well organized
  • Eager/excited about advertising and learning
  • Love to problem solve
  • Baseline skills in PowerPoint 
  • Communication skills (conversational, email, and presenting) 
  • Group project experience

Programmatic Trading
As a trader, you will be at the heart of the business. Traders are responsible for executing advertising campaigns for some of the world’s leading brands. For someone who is analytically-minded, trading provides the opportunity to use your skills to help solve real-life business challenges. You can expect to further develop and build skills in analyzing large datasets to make strategic decisions, setting up and optimizing programmatic advertising campaigns, collaborating with other departments including sales, client services and our analysis team, and communicating with clients.

Key traits for success

  • Mathematical/analytical background
  • Comfortable working with large datasets
  • Competent using Excel (preferred, not required)
  • Time management skills
  • Communication skills  
  • Attention to detail
  • Prior experience (preferred, not required)

 

FAQ

How many fellows are going to be selected to participate in the program?
We will be selecting 3-4 fellows for each specialization.

Where will the program take place?
The program will take place at our NYC office located in Midtown Manhattan.

Is the program open to all majors?
Absolutely. We’ve seen people from various backgrounds both within and outside of advertising join our CS team. For trading, popular majors have included economics, math, finance, statistics - anything with a quantitative and critical thinking focus. However, as long as you have the skills and passion, we’re not limited to reviewing candidates from only these backgrounds.

What’s in it for me?
A chance to scale your career and learn new things. From hands-on work experience to professional development opportunities and networking events, you can immerse yourself in the world of programmatic to learn what opportunities exist in this field. We look forward to welcoming our students and sharing what makes us unique. 

When is the deadline to apply?
Applications will close on April 13, 2020.

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