Digital Revenue Coordinator
The Revenue Strategy Coordinator for Discovery Digital Media’s Revenue Strategy Department is responsible for inventory and revenue analysis across the entire DM portfolio of properties. The Coordinator will also need to produce ad hoc reports and interact regularly with a cross-functional team of internal stakeholders, including Ad Sales, Operations and Finance.
1. Compile and update digital inventory rate card and sponsorship calendars across portfolio for use by convergent sales teams.
2. Review of media plans, products and opportunities to address ad sales demand and internal budgeting efforts.
3. Manage daily inventory and media planning requests and ad hoc reporting of revenue across network and product portfolio.
4. Coordinate with Marketing, Solutions, Programming/Editorial, and Audience Development teams to create proactive sales opportunities across multiple networks and verticals.
Passion for Digital Media and the online advertising business.
Quick learner, as candidate will require a mastery of our System(s) and processes within a few months of hire.
Comfortable communicating on phone and in email with Sales and Management staff members.
Expert at manipulating, analyzing and reporting on large data sets using a multitude of disparate data sources and tools.
At ease working in fast-paced, rapidly changing environment.
Ability to prioritize workload and meet tight deadlines.
Microsoft Excel (essential)
Microsoft Powerpoint (preferred)
Google Docs (essential)
Analytics and/or 3rd party measurement platforms such as Google Analytics, You Tube Analytics, Facebook Analytics, Comscore, Nielsen DAR, etc.
Blue Kai or other DMP interfaces
A minimum 1yrs experience in online media environment with strong working knowledge of online advertising industry.
Bachelor’s degree required.
A command of mathematics and/or statistical modeling is preferred.
Must have legal right to work in the United States.
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