We are seeking a Media Planner to join our Los Angeles Mediahub team.
Mediahub is one the hottest and fastest growing media shops in the U.S. and was just named Ad Age's 2019 Media
Agency of the Year. This is coming off the heels of being named a leader in Forrester's first ever wave of major media
shops and in 2018 we were Adweek's U.S. Media Agency of the Year.
The Media Planner will be the day-to-day steward for an assigned client, including accurate budget flow and control of media activity. The person in this role will be required to maintain a strong knowledge of the clients' business to deliver against their needs and objectives. The candidate must have experience working in media agencies. Not only is it a plus to be familiar with the required industry tools and practices, but a successful candidate will also have a deep passion for entertainment, pop-culture and a creative approach to developing communications solutions.
- Display a mastery of media fundamentals.
- Supervise, mentor and grow Assistant Planners reporting to this person.
- Gather and analyze appropriate research to provide sound and strategic consumer insight driven media recommendations.
- Show a keen interest in and knowledge of emerging trends across the media landscape.
- Ensure proper planning and execution of media plans by monitoring buys/schedules.
- Demonstrate proficiency with industry systems/tools (Prisma; Kantar; comScore; etc).
- Build trustworthy relationships internally, with agency partners and with clients and appropriately respond to client needs.
You must be eligible to work in the United States to be considered for this role.
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