Current Openings and Ad Agency Internships
We're always pleased to hear from prospective talent, whether in client services, creative, PR, web development or any of the other professional areas of our business.
Want to know more about brand positioning? We recommend you read everything written by the father of positioning, Jack Trout.
“What’s on tonight, Hon?”
If you know, you could be Innis Maggiore’s next Media Director.
Can you read the paper and some magazines … and watch TV (both corded and cord-cutted) … listen to the radio … browse the web and check social … drive by billboards … and go through your mail … all at the same time?
Then that’s a good start.
America's #1 Positioning Ad Agency is seeking an experienced, dynamic Media Director with a strong foundation in brand and lead-generation media planning for B2C and B2B.
The ideal candidate will be a strategic thinker with experience in strategizing, planning and executing on- and off-line campaigns while managing a multi-disciplined team of six media specialists.
It’ll help if you like charts with several colors, poring over metrics and ruthlessly squeezing the best rates and special add-ons from media reps. Here are the other duties:
> Analyze and develop the advertising “playbook” matched to client goals and budgets
> Convincingly communicate media strategies
> Stay abreast of new media trends, comfortable with the latest tech tools, social media platforms and distribution channels
> Make decisions and delegate tasks ensuring all deliverables are completed on time and on budget
Before you email your resume with salary in strict confidence to email@example.com about your interest in this position, you should also know this isn’t the free-lunch-with-vendors place as much as the get-things-done-the-right-way-for-our-clients place. Good luck!
Innis Maggiore is a full-service advertising agency that believes positioning is the core strategy for connecting brands to people. The agency strives for a culture of collaboration and respect that builds trust with associates and clients. Innis Maggiore is an equal opportunity employer.
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We are always accepting resumes for our PAID internship program. Internships can be part- or full-time -- we can work around your class schedule. We do ask you to commit at least 20 hours per week. When you submit your resume, please provide your area of interest from the following: 1) digital marketing, 2) web development, 3) graphic/communication design, 4) project management, or 5) copywriting. Please also indicate the year and season for which you are seeking an internship (Spring, Summer or Fall + year).
Please submit your cover letter and resume to Mark Vandegrift, COO.
Innis Maggiore Group, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
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Everything we do at America’s #1 Positioning Ad Agency is based on brand positioning. Everything! Check out some of our award winning work, examples of B2C and B2B marketing made better by differentiating our clients' brands against their competition. You may choose to view portfolio examples by client, media type or industry.
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