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Job Category: Administration/General Management

Job Source: NRBjobs.com

Job Summary

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  • No. of Vacancy: N/A
  • Job Location: London , South East England
  • Employment Type: Full Time
  • Salary: £35,000 - £40,000 per annum, pro-rata, inc benefits
  • Gender: Any
  • Age Limit: N/A
  • Experience: N/A
  • Career level: Mid-Senior level
  • Posted On: Nov 22, 2018
  • Application Deadline: Dec 22, 2018

Job Description/Responsibility

  • This brand is at the forefront of the programmatic industry working with many of the largest spending advertisers in the UK, driving innovation in media and working with brands to make smarter decisions with their ad budget.
  • The Company
  • Are you looking to work with an agency that have a presence on every continent and work exclusively with the largest and highest spending advertisers in the World? Do you want to work with a business that spend staggering amounts on the programmatic data and technology to service advertisers needs in unique and creative ways? If so then this is the place to be! This business is presently on the look-out for a specialist in the Programmatic Inventory space. You will be working in tandem with their high performing and award-winning Ad Ops, Programmatic and Data teams to be able to leverage consumer data to inform strategic Programmatic buying decisions. In this role you can expect development, training and career options as the business in question are keen on offering careers rather than jobs. If that sounds exciting, get in touch immediately!
  • The Role
  • * Manage and develop the supply of Programmatic Inventory. Ensuring viewability is high, brand safety is a focus and monitoring ad fraud.
  • * Analysis of buying patterns across DSPs and developing reporting and insights for senior management
  • * Supporting the evolution of brand Programmatic Inventory products by analysing and monitoring performance, developing case studies, forecasting and tracking product adoption
  • * Recommending Programmatic Inventory across Mobile, Display, Rich Media and campaign briefs and working closely with publishers to troubleshoot inventory connections

Experience Requirements

  • N/A

Education Requirements

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Skills Requirements

  • Experience in activation of Programmatic campaigns
  • Passionate about media and advertising, specifically Programmatic Inventory analysis
  • Excellent communicator - able to explain in detail data and analytical issues in basic terms
  • Someone who is constantly looking to learn and develop their experience. Must have an inquisitive mind and always looking to improve their understanding of the Programmatic industry
  • Passionate about the programmatic ad industry - where it is now and where it is going in future

Compensation/Benefits

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About the Company

Company Name: Aspire
Address: Aspire, Wood Lane, Stanmore, HA7 4AP, , UNITED KINGDOM

Company Profile: The Aspire Leisure Centre is based in North West London within the grounds of the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital in Stanmore. The centre was the first fully accessible leisure centre in Europe for both disabled and non-disabled people. We offer a wide range of classes to cater to all levels of fitness and ability and proactively encourage disabled people to join in and take part in all activities at the centre. Our disabled members benefit from subsidised membership and activity costs and are also able to make use of our fully accessible gym and facilities. These facilities include a heated wheelchair accessible swimming pool, as well as an Inclusive Fitness Initiative approved fitness studio and accessible gym equipment.

Company Website: www.aspireleisurecentre.org.uk

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