Are you someone who thrives in a fast-paced digital environment, who stays organized and positive under pressure and is interested in making a direct impact with our clients? If you think this describes you in a professional environment, then PMK•BNC has an excellent entry-level opportunity for you as an Assistant on the VOWEL team. The ideal candidate must have excellent organizational skills and be able to adapt to multiple assignments and deadlines as well as a frequently-changing environment. 

PMK•BNC Los Angeles is currently seeking an Account Coordinator to support our digital and influencer marketing team, VOWEL. Candidate must be a self-starter, able to multi-task on several moving parts and prioritize multiple running projects. Must be an excellent writer, forward-thinking, and have creative skills.

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PMK•BNC is a strategic marketing and communications firm that specializes in Entertainment and popular culture. PMK•BNC represents leading consumer brands as well as many of the world’s most prominent actors, actresses, directors, films, production companies, television properties, musicians, authors and content creators. The firm employs a staff of more than 300 professionals spanning offices in Los Angeles, New York and London. PMK•BNC thrives on being ahead of the curve and works with their clients to create ideas that build engaged audiences and connect with consumers through popular culture. PMK•BNC is a part of Momentum Worldwide and McCann Worldgroup within Interpublic Group (NYSE: IPG).

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Administrative support, including scheduling/coordinating meetings, booking travel, and completing expense reports
  • Execute influencer campaigns: industry research, internal vetting, contracting, asset development, tracking and reporting.  Possible outreach.
  • Create pitch decks, wrap up reports, campaign decks; with direction
  • Execute analytical deep dives for pitching and reporting.
  • Manage client contracts, invoices and SOWs.
  • Thoroughly analyze influencer campaigns for Key Learnings and spot new opportunities by tracking success, reading comments, comparing engagements, etc.
  • Creative research; be on the forefront of creative content
  • Scope out and report on Social campaigns by competitors
  • Influencer targeting: search for new influencers synergistic to specific campaigns/brands
  • Regularly maintain and update internal databases: influencers, vendors
  • Draft briefing documents or Run-of-show docs as needed by team and client
  • Regularly develop and maintain media contact lists and databases
  • Administrative support, including scheduling/coordinating meetings, booking travel, and completing expense reports
  • Draft briefing documents as needed by team and client
  • Support onsite at events, coordination of logistics, and all stages of programming
  • Maintain supply of client-related materials and documents
  • Coordinate mass mailings, shipments, messengers
  • Possible travel 

Required Experience and Skills:

  • 1+ year experience at a PR, marketing, or digital agency preferred
  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Experience assisting with development and execution of social influencer marketing campaigns
  • Deep interest and passion with the world of digital
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, cursory knowledge of Adobe Suite (InDesign, Photoshop)
  • Sincere interest and knowledge of the social media space including: influencer knowledge, platform identification and usage and timely knowledge of trends
  • Excellent written, verbal, organizational, and interpersonal communication skills are a must
  • Takes initiative and is resourceful

PMK•BNC is an equal opportunity employer M/F/V/D


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