Digital Campaign Manager

The Campaign Manager is responsible for the day to day management of digital campaigns, meeting performance goals, exceeding client expectations and tracking projects.

The ideal candidate has 2 years’ experience in Programmatic Display, Paid Social and Search (PPC), is data-driven, detailed oriented, a creative problem solver and is a self-starter who is excited to work at a rapidly growing agency. They will be agile, having the ability to where multiple hats and quickly pivoting priorities. Developing cross-team relationships will be a key part of this role so effective communication, leadership, and professionalism is imperative.


  • Work closely with Ad-Ops team, Project Manager to ensure proper set-up, tagging & QA
  • End to end management of digital campaigns, including: Campaign set up, QA, ongoing analysis, and optimizations with a clear understanding of campaign goals, objectives and KPI’s
  • Aggregate and analyze large data sets to assess campaign performance and optimizations
  • Collaborate closely with Engagement Strategist(s) to analyze and deliver results internally/externally
  • Aid in planning/forecasting for future media projects
  • Client budget management and reconciliation

Team Contribution/Expectations

  • Set realistic expectations for deliverables and make every effort to exceed them, providing quality work in a timely manner.
  • Strong work ethics, with the ability to be quick and nimble, handling multiple tasks with shifting priorities and fine attention to detail
  • Work independently and in a team environment
  • Assist in developing media channel recommendations, based on client requests
  • Stay on top of emerging trends and the evolving ad tech landscape

Required Skills/Experience

  • Minimum 2 years of experience Digital (Programmatic Display, Paid Social, Paid Search)
  • Proficiencies with:
    1. Google Marketing Platform, specifically Campaign Manager, DV360, SA360, Google Analytics are a must
    2. Facebook Ads Manager, LinkedIn Campaign Manager and Twitter Ads
  • Proven analytical ability to digest data, build reports, and derive tactical and strategic insights.
  • Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Excel/PowerPoint
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Website Project Manager & Producer

Day-to-Day Responsibilities

  • Determines the scope, budget, schedule, and approach of website projects – ranging from one-off landing pages to completely custom website builds
  • Manages internal and external communication with all stakeholders throughout the lifecycle of the project
  • Gathers client and strategy requirements, formulates the best plan to achieve desired outcomes
  • Manages the design phase – internal reviews, client feedback, etc.
  • Hands-on management of development phase and QA of projects – external vendors, creative feedback, development iterations, functionality testing, etc.
  • Oversees the deployment and final QA of web projects
  • Assists with page content updates via a CMS such as WordPress or Sitefinity
  • Helps organize, facilitate, and/or implement website conversion tracking via Google Tag Manager or other tag management solution
  • Helps drive website strategy and performance optimization
  • Hands-on ownership of the project throughout all phases


  • 2+ years managing website design and development projects
  • Familiarity with WordPress and other website CMSs
  • Knowledge of CMS capabilities versus changes that require code deployment
  • Strong knowledge of HTML and CSS
  • Familiarity with Google Tag Manager and website conversion tracking
  • Familiar with website best practices – basic SEO, page speed, ADA compliance, etc.
  • Familiarity/integration with social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram and Linkedin.
  • Other software used- Smartsheet, Dropbox, Slack, Microsoft Office


  • Everything communicates – ensure that all documentation, briefs, scopes and presentations are of the highest possible standard.
  • Be positive and a force for good in the team – even when faced with difficult problems. Be solutions focused.
  • Remain calm and stable under pressure.
  • Know when to alert the right people at the right time when issues occur.

Relationship Building/Maintaining

  • Build a partnership relationship with your clients, both internal and external.
  • Have great relationships with creative team, so that people want to work with you.
  • Be responsible for ensuring team members are kept up to date on project developments: changes in timing, costs, and any issues arising.
  • Communicate regularly.
  • Never make promises you can’t keep, and always set expectations realistically.
  • Ensure that internal routing and approval and client approvals are obtained on all key project deliverables.
  • Where possible, don’t back your client into a corner – clients make mistakes too and are sometimes over-ruled by their bosses. Be sensitive to the pressures they face and work with them, not against them.

Passion for Digital Advertising and Marketing

  • Make it your business to learn as much as possible: reading relevant blogs and articles, attending training sessions, talking to experts, and taking an interest generally in what is going on around you.
  • Be plugged in to new trends and developments across the industry and particularly within the client’s sector.
  • Understand the different types of available and emerging media, including constraints and opportunities presented by each.

Striving for Great Work

  • Use best technical judgement to assure quality of work. If you don’t think it’s good enough, speak up early and work with the team on a better approach.
  • Ensure you are driving quality at every stage of the project.

This role calls for an individual who can focus on details, being thoroughly “buttoned-down” and on top of all aspects of their projects, while being aware of the bigger picture, work supportively and collaboratively with creative teams, being a great creative partner, quality controller, guiding teams through a process that makes clients want to work with us again and again.

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