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Programmatic Display Executive

About the role

We are seeking a programmatic display executive, eager to learn and grow within the digital marketing industry. We believe that investing in people creates industry experts, and our training and growth plans help to achieve this.

 

Responsibilities

As a programmatic display graduate, you will be working with internal stakeholders and external clients while being involved in:

  • Creating and planning a variety of online advertising campaigns
  • Reviewing existing campaigns and making recommendations on how to optimise them
  • Analysing trends and making decisions based on available data
  • Testing engaging creative for adverts
  • Talking to clients about their accounts and performance
  • Producing detailed analysis and campaign reports
  • Creating presentations
  • Writing blogs about industry trends and updates

Our Dream Executive

As a programmatic display specialist, you will be working with internal stakeholders and external clients while being involved in:

  • Passionate about all things digital and eager to learn more about the digital media landscape
  • Internet-Savvy – You spend your time finding new and interesting content across the web
  • Analytical
  • A strict eye for detail
  • Digital minded
  • Technically minded

Apply

Please include a covering letter along with a CV in your application that addresses any experience, interests or examples that demonstrate your ability to meet the requirements laid out in “Skills” section.

    Life at Tug

    Want to work at an ambitious international digital performance marketing agency? Apply today and we’ll be in touch!

    Benefits

    • Flexible working hours
    • Pension scheme
    • Private healthcare
    • Free breakfast every morning
    • Fresh fruit daily
    • Complimentary tea and coffee
    • Happy hour and snacks every Friday
    • Regular social events
    • Tug tuck shop
    • Annual Summer and Christmas parties
    • Tickets to industry events and conferences