Canvas Worldwide, LLC.

  • Supervisor, Regional Strategy

    Job Locations US-GA-Atlanta
    ID
    2019-1284
    Category
    Regional Strategy
    Type
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    The job for the Regional Supervisor, Strategy is two fold:

     

    1) Take the lead on developing strategic content and identifying insights that inform the overall media recommendation

    2) Manage the team to ensure that they are efficiently producing high quality, accurate work.

     

    The Supervisor will also be responsible for sharing best practices and identifying innovative opportunities to the individual regions and report to an Associate Director.

    Responsibilities

    Strategic Development – 20%

    • Create comprehensive research and analysis, best practices, “point-of-views” (POVs), etc. that pertain to trends in all relevant media landscapes and communicate these to regional teams and from the regional teams back to National.
    • Develop and improve processes and procedures that will lead to more strategic/insightful plans and/or workflow improvements.
    • Vision into creating best media strategies to communicate the needs of the OEM and Dealers.
    •  

    Integration – 60%

    • Work collaboratively with multiple groups, both internally (Investment/Activation teams) and externally (client and creative agency). Serve as point-of-contact for Regional teams with all internal resources.
    • Work closely with each of the regional teams on overall media mix.
    • Responsible for consolidating all digital allocation and issuing buy specifications (briefs) to internal Canvas Investment and Activation groups.
    • Ensure that multiple groups work seamlessly to provide content that informs and supports strategic direction.
    • Ownership of internal media tools and responsibility for training and communicating the applications to the regional teams.
    • Provide macro view of all activity running across the five regions. This includes summaries and wrap up reports. It also includes identifying best practices and sharing out as needed.
    •  

    Manage & Mentor – 20%

    • Represent Canvas Worldwide professionally with clients
    • Direct and develop a team, and foster an environment for growth and learning
    • Ensure that deadlines are met, including managing client expectations
    • Promote a supportive working environment where ideas are welcomed and shared
    • Develop solutions for complex regional issues.
    • Ensure the team is regularly informed and updated regarding client needs and business strategies

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s degree preferred
    • 3-7 years of experience in Media Strategy or Planning
    • 2+ years mentoring and developing staff
    • Proven ability to drive projects from start to finish
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Strong presentation skills, ability to communicate to internal managers and clients
    • Possess a strong and proven ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks with flexibility and communicate priorities to direct reports
    • Familiarity with MediaOcean, Prisma, DCM
    • High level proficiency and knowledge of Microsoft Office products as well as planning tools
    • Strong organizational and analytical skills
    • Excellent time management skills and ability to follow through
    • Extremely detail-oriented and precise
    • Proven ability to maintain strong internal, external, and client relationships

     

    Salary and Benefits

    Competitive salary.  Generous benefits including health coverage, unlimited PTO and matching 401(k)

     

    Canvas Worldwide is an Equal Opportunity Employer

    All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex including sexual orientation and gender identity, national origin, disability, protected Veteran Status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.

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