Golley Slater Media is purpose built for clients with media budgets of up to £5 million. We are experts in delivering marketing communications to the right audience, at the right moment, to maximise marketing campaign effectiveness. Working in partnership with our clients, we plan and buy media across all channels, with industry leading experts in everything from press to programmatic, social and TV, recruitment advertising to retail, all under one roof.
We're an independent media agency with the freedom to put our clients first, and recognised as ad-tech pioneers through our in-house, advanced programmatic trading desk, Search and SEO specialists.
We’re looking for individuals with demonstrable expertise within PPC and/or Biddable media to join our growing team. Sharing our passion for all things digital, you will apply your skills across multi-channel media campaigns that maximise engagement and interaction for leading brands and organisations across the UK.
We have opportunities for experienced digital practitioners to help manage and implement our Programmatic Trading Strategies across display, audio and video. Direct experience of working with DSP’s and the wider RTB space including the application of data segments are essential for consideration for this role.
Whatever your discipline, be it PPC or Programmatic we’d expect certification and accreditation as a matter of course. And equally evidence of the practical application of your digital skills across programmatic, PPC and/or social media. An appreciation of analytics, and an understanding of client reporting requirement is essential as is the ability to work as part of a team.
Organised, diligent and client focused, you’ll join a friendly hard-working team and a leading UK Media Independent at a time of significant growth and career opportunity.
To apply, please upload your CV and covering note detailing your areas of digital expertise.
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