We’re looking for a Paid Search Media Manager to contribute significantly to this work. Developing processes to effectively manage the media programs for a variety of accounts, understanding how client tactical needs are rooted in strategic initiatives, and constantly driving a team towards more optimal ways of working are the cornerstones of performing this job well.

 Role & Responsibilities

  • Confidently and effectively delegate tasks to analysts, and other junior staff, who come from all walks of life
  • Clearly communicate directions and deliverables to analysts and to internal teams outside paid media
  • Provide concrete instruction on process and explicit instructions for execution of deliverable work
  • Habitually provide clear + useful progress updates to internal and external stakeholders
  • Communicate strategically, thoughtfully, and in the appropriate format, in accordance with careful prioritization
  • Provide radically candid and constructive feedback in a timely fashion and appropriate format
  • Constantly work to educate and enrich others, focusing on the development of easily transmissible and persistently relevant training material
  • Explain advanced paid media concepts and answer questions around both approach and results to internal and external stakeholders at all levels
  • Carefully balance driving a team in the right direction through vision of “the bigger picture” with attention to detail and effective day-to-day operations management
  • Proactively anticipate and address problems; work aggressively to prevent and end reactive cycles

Communication + Collaboration:

  • Maintain a clear understanding of the status and completion timeline for all personal and delegated deliverables
  • Proactively stay busy, communicating when workload is light or when assistance is required
  • Fully prepare for all meetings, owned and otherwise; provide an agenda and ensure productive structure in the case of owned meetings
  • Open and maintain consistent lines of communication with those whom you work most closely with
  • Proactively provide effective updates to manager(s), ensuring that any and all updates are effective uses of both parties’ time and accomplish all needed communication goals
  • Able to act as the first line of defense for asks from account/client/analysts
  • Habitually respond to nascent needs and challenges by assuming accountability and developing a concrete plan of action to fully address the situation
  • Seek to solve problems inherent to digital marketing technology proactively and independently, with an aim to document potentially persistent pitfalls for the future use of others
  • Cultivate an approach through which one consistently seeks to improve every facet of the work and systems involved in your job, considering maintenance of the “status queue” merely subpar
  • Identifies and acts upon opportunities to showcase exemplary work, internally & externally, in professionally polished formats


The ideal candidate has:

  • 5+ years managing digital media campaigns across multiple channels.
  • Comprehensive experience with the most relevant marketing technology stacks, including but not limited to:
    • Google
      • AdWords
      • DoubleClick Search
      • Analytics (Standard and/or 360)
      • Tag Manager
    • Amazon
      • Marketing Services (AMS Search)
    • YouTube
  • Strong grasp of standard frequentist statistical approaches used in marketing that informs a strong understanding of traditional, digital, and integrated measurement strategies, with the ability to implement and/or contribute to plans for elements such as:
    • Control / Exposed group split testing
    • Multi-cell split testing
    • Incrementality / lift measurement
    • Attribution model & technology alteration
    • Google Insights
  • The ability to provide polished, professional written communication in an appropriate tone, regardless of the situation
  • Basic capacity to generate visual narratives, in Google slides and other formats, in some cases aided by designers but occasionally to the point of full readiness for external presentation
  • Experience leading and managing teams of at least 3 people
  • A consistently positive attitude and willingness to work well with others in a highly collaborative environment

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