Ogilvy

Regional Associate Strategy Director

Posted Date 1 week ago(22/06/2022 7:30 AM)
Job ID
2022-12275
# of Openings
1
Department
Planning

Overview

Opportunity

 

Ogilvy is looking for an innovative, passionate planner with strong brand strategy skills and an eye for great creativity and effectiveness across all marketing channels.

The position is on a major FMCG client, one of the biggest in the world.

Reporting into a senior CSO, there will be plenty of space to run with projects and to grow.

Responsibilities

Role and responsibilities

  • Identify and define Strategy by developing insights that will be the foundation of cross-channel creative campaigns and conversation in support of the client’s business and marketing goals.  Drive sales in the short term and building reputation over time.
  • Support the client’s digital transformation.

Qualifications

Experience/Skills Required

  • 6-8 years of experience in an agency, brand or platform environment
  • Skilled at developing brand strategies and confident engaging in the comms/channel planning process
  • Highly capable storyteller - crafting compelling decks & confident presenter
  • Loves working with creative teams. Push the envelope when it comes to the work, inspiring with great briefs
  • Gets under the skin of the target audiences, qualitatively and quantitatively
  • Familiar with the rudiments of the strategist trade - concept writing, product testing, comfortable with brand health tracks, ad tracking reports, equity reports etc.)
  • Keen to monitor trends in digital, mobile and social media tools, channels, strategy.
  • Experience of driving an effectiveness culture - mapping out KPIs, tracking campaigns and know-how to handle data.

 

  Key traits

  • Passion for world class creativity
  • “Yes And” collaboration style
  • Excited by opportunities, possibilities and change
  • Thrives in a busy environment
  • Gets energized by a challenge
  • Needs to have flawless English communication skills.

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