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Technical Operations Manager - Industry Leading Ad Tech

Employer
Sphere Digital Recruitment
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
14 Jun 2021

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Sector
Technology & New Media
Contract Type
Permanent
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Job Details

The Company

My client is a leading Video and Audio Programmatic Ad Tech based here in London! In the last year they have grown from 30 people to 70 and show no sign of slowing down yet! in 5 years they have delivered over 100 campaigns for clients such as Starbucks, Nissan, Ford, Ebay and more!

The Job
  • Lead Troubleshooting of technical issues across all campaigns to ensure campaign success
  • Become an expert in my clients product
  • Day to day management of campaigns, Optimising and reporting
  • Provide Technical Support and Advise on best practices to internal and external stakeholders
  • create and maintain technical documentation to reduce support requests

You
  • You have a background in a hands on technical role, ideally within the Advertising industry
  • You have prior experience using query languages for example SQL to analyse data
  • you have interest in scripting languages and understand web technologies
  • You have previous experience at an Ad Tech Vendor
  • You understand the wider ad tech ecosystem (VAST, VPAID, DSPs, DMPs, programmatic in general)

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Richard Morris

Senior Consultant

Sphere Digital Recruitment currently have a variety of job opportunities across digital so feel free to get in touch with us to find out how we can help you.

Sphere Digital Recruitment are specialists in placing marketing, sales, analytics, product and creative ?talent globally.
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