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Global Media Investment Lead @ High Street Retail Brand

Global Media Investment Lead @ High Street Retail Brand

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  • Hybrid
  • London
  • £60,000 - £75,000 £ / Year

Global Media Investment Lead

Consumer Retail Brand | London

  • Hybrid working (2 days a week in the office)
  • Up to £75,000 per annum
  • Role focus on Auditing, Accountability & Media Investment.

A well-known high street retailer is in the process of expanding their in-house media operation, with a centralised global team based here in London. To understand their investment, partnerships and performance, they are looking to bring in an Investment Lead to oversee these key elements.

Working directly with the Media Director, you’ll lead on driving more efficient media spend, assessment, and evaluation of their supply chain and adtech partnerships, as well as working directly with the media agency to improve results.

Although this retailer spends significantly digitally, their media spend is spread across a variety of channels, including offline, meaning previous experience working with a cross-comms mix is vitally important in this position.

You’ll liaise directly with all global partners and tech vendors, overseeing and implementing a smooth audit process, so local market media buying teams can execute and deliver against new objectives and parameters you’ve set.

This is a one-of-a-kind type of role, with previous accountability and investment skills needed in the media ecosystem (so unfortunately, any applications that do not fit these skills, will be unsuccessful).

If you work currently either for a brand, within a media agency or a consultancy, this opportunity could suit you.

Apply now for more information or reach out to me via:

e – Alex@ultimateasset.com

t – 07912 000448

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Job Overview
Category
Marketing
Offered Salary
£60,000 - £75,000 Per YEAR
Job Location
London
Job Type
Hybrid
Consultant

Alex Swain

Group Director