The Sasha Group is a digital agency that helps SMB’s and ambitious companies grow. Our expertise in strategy, creative, photo and video production, and ad buying yields work that drives actual business results. We day-trade consumer attention, guiding our diverse clientele to focus on the platforms that command the attention of their specific customers, whom we captivate with the highly targeted videos and content we develop. With offices in New York, London, Los Angeles, and Chattanooga, TN, we market for the year we live in, we live and breathe emerging technology and we are always growing.

This position is a four month residency with the potential to go full-time.  During the residency program you will have the opportunity to work on multiple brands and learn how to buy Media across various digital platforms.  

About You

We are looking for a humble, hungry and smart Digital Media Resident to join our growing Media Solutions team. You will be a great fit if -

  • You are tech-savvy, self-starting, resourceful, entrepreneurial, endlessly curious, and highly ambitious
  • You have effective time management and organization skills, strong communication and interpersonal skills, a positive attitude and a growth mindset
  • You show up on time, pay attention to details, think on your feet, ask for help when you need it, and consistently demonstrate respect for others

About The Role

A Digital Media Resident at The Sasha Group won't be just checking off tasks in a to-do list. You will be partnering with our team leads to get a full, real-world marketing experience. You will drive your own projects and deliver major facets of our clients' marketing campaigns. You will learn SEM, Social Media, Digital Analytics, Ad Copy and Creative Practices and get certified as a digital marketing expert. 

Responsibilities

  • Digital Search, Social and Display, Programmatic campaign execution
  • Report processing and analysis
  • Attendance on client calls and sales calls
  • Keyword/Target Research
  • Competitive and industry analysis

Requirements

  • Dedication and demonstrated interest in paid media and building brands online
  • Strong teamwork commitment and growth mindset
  • Advanced skills in Excel including pivot tables, V-Look Ups, and macros.
  • You have a proven record of managing multiple projects at once.
  • You have the ability to stay highly organized and efficient in a fast-paced, high-energy environment.
  • Experience buying media on the following platforms a plus:
    • Social: Facebook/Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, Pinterest, LinkedIn, TikTok

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