FreeWheel

Programmatic Partnership Manager

AU
Department
Emerging Markets - INTL

ABOUT THE OPPORTUNITY

Founded by a team of executives from the world’s leading technology companies and recently acquired by Comcast, FreeWheel is building the media operations platform for the unified television market. Companies including Sky, Channel 4, MTG, TF1, SFR, Discovery and Medialaan depend on our robust advertising management/ monetization platform, leverage our private marketplace for premium television inventory, and seek out our advisory services, so they can generate revenue from their ad supported content.

 

 

We offer a dynamic, flexible work environment with competitive salary and benefits package. The challenges we solve are serious, but we’re not. We have fun every day because we love what we do. We are on a mission to shape the future of television and this is your chance to be part of it. Want to join the team that’s already thinking about what TV is going to look like five years from now? Apply here! 

 

Life is short. Work someplace great!

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Programmatic Partnership Manager is responsible for leading new advertiser relationships within the FreeWheel Markets BU as well as working with current partners to fulfil their business needs and optimize their potential for our publishers and broadcasters. Candidates should possess strong sales skills and have experience in managing existing clients.
  • You will be responsible for leading new publisher relationships within the FreeWheel platform as well as working with current partners to fulfil their business needs and optimize their revenue.
  • The candidate should strive to exceed revenue targets through active selling, account management, program implementation and managing terms and expectations for new and existing clients.
  • This role will be required to communicate at multiple levels which include top level executives, to individual contributors both internally and externally.  Internally, the position requires collaboration across multiple groups that include; Solution Engineers, Commercial/Sales Team, Global Publisher Account Management, Demand and Product Management teams.
  • Be an integral part of a high paced, hardworking, fun loving, global team
  • Grow market spend to meet and exceed goals while continuously prospecting new business – supply and demand
  • Conduct quarterly business reviews and ongoing direct client management and entertainment
  • Work with advertiser partners on a daily basis while providing excellent customer service including proactive media packaging of publisher/broadcaster opportunities resulting in higher revenue
  • Work with publisher partners on a daily basis while providing excellent customer service including education publishers on packaging their video inventory, floor guide, audience segments making their inventory desirable
  • Identify additional revenue opportunities within existing clients
  • Develop a strong understanding of FreeWheel’s technology and media solutions from an intellectual and applied perspective; communicate the value proposition to drive business growth
  • Build and maintain close working relationships with multiple internal departments with a strong understanding for internal cross-functional communication/collaboration
  • Attend industry events and conferences to network and grow industry knowledge

ABOUT YOU

  • Minimum 4 years’ experience in ANZ sales or business development in the online industry. Relevant experience includes: publishers, broadcasters, ad network / sales house, SSPs, ad exchanges, DSPs and ad agencies
  • Knowledge of programmatic buying and selling including: pricing models, optimization tactics, audience trends and buying technologies
  • Proficiency in Excel with a proven ability to convey data and analysis to drive business
  • Strong presentation (including PowerPoint) and negotiation skills
  • Flexible, start-up mindset with proven success in fast-paced environments

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