Junior Account Manager, Brand Partnerships

Location: St. Louis, MO

Department: Sales, Marketing & Business Development

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Entry Level

LockerDome’s native ad platform optimizes ROI in real time. LockerDome's publishing platform powers content for thousands of brands and media companies, reaching an audience of millions.

Learn more at lockerdome.com.

As a Junior Account Manager on the Brand Partnerships team, you will be the champion of brand partner accounts and their campaigns running on LockerDome’s native ad platform. You will work closely with LockerDome’s Brand Partnerships, Creative, Editorial, Data, Engineering, Product, and Publisher Development teams to ensure we beat client expectations.

- Work internally with various teams to respond to all RFI/RFPs
- Work internally with various teams to ensure success of live brand campaigns
- Work externally with clients to ensure success of live brand campaigns

Your skills should include:
- Comfort with consistently meeting strict, tight deadlines
- Exceptional attention to detail and organizational skills
- Excellent verbal and written presentation skills, particularly in a client-facing role
- Working knowledge of performance-based marketing is a plus
- Working knowledge of the native advertising and content marketing landscape is a plus
- Working knowledge of the digital media landscape is a plus

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