We’re a full-service digital agency built for the now. We partner with clients to drive their business outcomes with best-in-class modern video production, media planning & distribution, influencer marketing and everything in between. 

First and foremost - You are full of curiosity, enthusiasm and hustle! Secondly - You are a recent graduate with a passion for client services and brand strategy, who is excited to explore the different paths that digital advertising has to offer. 

A Successful Resident at The Sasha Group must: 

  • Have a hunger to learn, to grow and to become a digital expert
  • Have a desire to be mentored by an advertising professional.
  • Loves all things digital and understands relevant social media platforms.
  • Works well in a fast-paced environment.
  • Be able to commit to at least 35 hours per week.
  • Be able to commute to Hudson Yards, NYC office.
  • Be able to bring own laptop to work. 

The Program will provide you with:

  • Educational seminars and a full curriculum for training & development
  • A Mentorship & Coaching program
  • Experience work on long-term projects 

What you will do:

  • You will work closely with our account strategy team to: 
    • Assist with client needs as they arise.
    • Learn basics of community management and how to analyze social sentiment, data, and metrics of campaigns. 
    • Understand the content development process and prepare client deliverables based on campaign initiatives and business objectives 
    • Understands the internal goals of the team, and the goals of the client and how they all contribute to holistic success. 
    • Learn the ins and outs of a fast paced creative agency 
    • Grow presentation skills and refine relationship building as you explore teams and different projects 
    • Partners with account team members to ensure project health, on-time delivery, and brand health. 
    • Understands the internal goals of the team, and the goals of the client 
    • Provides support to the Account Executive 

We’re looking for someone who: 

  • Is a recent grad. 
  • Has a hunger to learn and be mentored by professionals. 
  • Loves all things digital and understands relevant social media platforms.
  • Maintains an active presence online. 
  • Is interested in the client services and strategy process. 
  • Enjoys working in teams and can follow direction. 
  • Works well in a fast-paced environment. 
  • Has a sparkling personality that will mesh well with the existing VaynerMedia family (we love smart people with a dash of quirkiness). 
  • Has formal marketing education OR equivalent experience working professionally. 
  • Has a ridiculous attention to detail. 
  • Wants or has some experience with brand strategy and client services 
  • Must have a start-up mentality, which means flexibility and collaboration are key. How will you stand out? We'll be impressed if you: 
  • Can talk at length about different social platforms, and why you love or hate one/some 
  • Have a drive and curiosity that keeps you thriving 
  • Understand the abilities/limitations of major social media platforms 
  • Are obsessed with sports, music, or food- your interests help make the culture vibrant

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