ABOUT THE ROLE:
Udemy is looking for an Integrated Marketing Manager focused on media planning and driving campaign analytics. This position will work hand in hand with the Director of Integrated Marketing to bring integrated marketing campaigns to life though digital and traditional media as well as Udemy owned channels (email, etc.).
You will have solid knowledge of marketing and analytical skills, as well as a proven track record working within a team environment and across multiple departments and disciplines to actively manage the planning and buying of media campaigns through all steps of the planning process.
Here's what you'll be doing:
Responsible for developing channel strategy execution briefs and managing the media planning process across digital and traditional media portfolio
Coordination of assets and tags with vendors and ensuring campaigns are delivering against KPI's and proactively managing/optimizing campaign execution
Analysis, interpretation, and the presentation of data to define, execute, and evolve campaign strategies
Recommend forward thinking strategies and innovations
Comfortable asking questions, pushing back, and escalating as necessary to ensure all campaigns are executed successfully on time and on budget
Oversee campaign budget management, including allocation of budgets, issuance/revisions of insertion orders, oversight of payments and financial reconciliation
Support performance analysis at all stages, including identifying performance drivers, recommending an appropriate course of action, evaluating progress and escalations
Keep multiple projects and initiatives moving simultaneously, escalating roadblocks, challenges, and potential delays in advance of missed internal or external deadlines
Stay current on industry insights and innovation, seeking to test/incorporate into campaign management activities
Adhere, contribute to and share operational best practices and thought leadership
Understand the media landscape and emerging trends in the space
We're excited about you because you have:
3-5 years of experience working in media strategy, media planning, media technology platforms preferably in an agency setting
Exceptional understanding of digital and traditional advertising (display, print, OOH, etc.)
Demonstrated ambition by keeping abreast of industry trends through trade news, industry workshops / seminars and tracking current events
Ability to handle multiple projects and prioritize responsibilities
High level of accuracy and attention to detail
Strong quantitative skills, including analytical abilities and math proficiency
Self-motivated, but also can work well and contribute in a diverse team environment
Project management experience and the ability to proactively organize daily tasks and prepare list of to-do's
Keen problem-solving and troubleshooting abilities
We believe anyone can build the life they imagine through online learning. Today, more than 50 million students around the world are advancing their careers and passions by exploring and mastering new skills on Udemy, and expert instructors are able to share their knowledge with the world. Through our global marketplace and our solutions for businesses and governments, we connect people everywhere with the skills they need for success in work and life. We're a close-knit bunch that enjoys problem-solving and collaboration, and we share a serious belief in the power of learning and teaching to change lives. Udemy's culture encourages innovation, creativity, passion, and teamwork. We also celebrate our milestones and support each other every day.
Founded in 2010, Udemy is privately owned and headquartered in San Francisco's SOMA neighborhood with offices in Denver (Colorado), Dublin (Ireland), Ankara (Turkey), Gurugram (India), and So Paulo (Brazil).
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