Associate Director, Paid Social

Overview

The Associate Director provides strategic planning and direction for all Paid Social clients and is focused on growing revenue and capability on the Paid Social team.

Responsibilities

  • Develop key client strategies and ensures that the team is aligned on strategy and process
  • Develop relationships with key stakeholders at all relevant social media platform partners
  • Work collaboratively with the client services team to manage client relationships as related to paid social strategy, team and performance
  • Ensure best practice and innovation in all activities; ensure knowledge sharing across teams
  • Manage and develop direct reports and is accountable for complete team development
  • Define new initiatives, grows client revenue and up sell capabilities
  • Liaise with other channels
  • Contribute to new business development when required
  • Exhibit leadership across teams and agency; Role model of the DAN Values

Qualifications

  • Commercial acumen and understanding of business for each client
  • At the forefront of all Paid Social developments and technologies
  • Strong managerial experience, including experience developing and mentoring a team
  • Well-honed communication skills with senior audiences
  • Ability to think strategically and identify and resolve problems in a client-centric environment.
  • Advanced project management skills for managing client expectations
  • Strong negotiation and problem-solving skills
  • Strategic planning for revenue and team growth s
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills both verbal and written
  • High levels of integrity, autonomy, and self-motivation


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