Senior Integrated Media Strategist

The Senior Integrated Media Strategist is responsible for the planning of all media for assigned clients, in addition to research, development, and presentation of media plans.  This individual communicates directly with clients, keeps internal and external agency teams aligned, and encourages innovation and creativity throughout all projects.  This position requires strong proficiency in math, high attention to detail, and excellent communication skills (oral and written). 

Specific responsibilities include:

  • Establishing media objectives and strategies under the direction of a supervisor/AMD
  • Interpreting research to determine target audience, geographic parameters, and selection of appropriate media channels
  • Preparing media plans with directives to guide the buying process
  • Presenting media plans for approval by agency management personnel and clients
  • Management of daily tasks in support of the media product
  • Maintaining effective relationships with clients and other external partners
  • Developing the skills and knowledge base among junior staff members
  • Occasional travel to client meetings

The ideal candidate will have a passion for advertising, display confidence and persuasiveness when presenting media plans, and demonstrate an overall enthusiasm for their work. 

Position requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Advertising, Marketing, or related fields
  • Minimum 4 years of media planning experience
  • Proficiency in the Microsoft Office suite of products and with various media research tools (e.g. MRI, Kantar, SBMS/Strata)
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks and function effectively when faced with aggressive deadlines
  • Possess a strong work ethic with a high degree of self-motivation
  • Desire to excel in a demanding, evolving agency culture that is fast-paced, dynamic, and fun

If interested, please send your cover letter and resume to careers@mayoseitzmedia.com with the following subject line: “Senior Integrated Media Strategist Application.”