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Ad Ops Exec – Global Ad Tech Company – Up to 28k - London - Programmatic

£24,000-28,000 - AdTech - Digital Advertising - Operations
Ref: 1097 Date Posted: Wednesday 13 Nov 2019
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Ad Ops Exec – Global Ad Tech Company – Up to 28K - London

Company Background:

This Creative Technology Platform produce digital adverts and creative strategies for all digital platforms. They have specifically developed expertise in the design and production of dynamic creative within programmatic advertising. Having recruited highly reputable talent within the industry, this company is in a position to solidify their reputation as the market-leader and to continue to flourish.

The Role:

The Digital Operations team is core to driving the success of their dynamic display creative offering (which is one of their fastest growing and most exciting product offerings).

The Ad Ops Exec will:

  • Working closely with strategy and account teams during project set up to consult on technical aspects of the campaign
  • Implementing bespoke plan within the ad server
  • Monitoring daily activity and troubleshooting where necessary
  • Working internally with developers to ensure quality assurance standards are met
  • Developing relationships with the Ad Operations team in the partner media agencies and communicating clearly with them on campaign deliverables

Skills & Experience:

Our client is looking for a highly self-motivated individual, with a proven track record in Data Science and a relevant academic qualification. The successful candidate will also possess: 

  • Digital Ad Ops experience

  • Use of Doubleclick stack and other ad-server technologies

  • Basic understanding of HTML5 and other web development tools

 

Beth Rosser

Senior Consultant - Pivotal London

M: 07391 456 860

E: beth@pivotallondon.co.uk

 

Pivotal is an award winning Digital Recruiter specialising in the Media, Marketing and Analytics sectors.

Key Skills: Digital, Creative, DCO, Dynamic Creative Optimisation