Dentsu X: Performance Executive

Location: Singapore
Business sector: Digital Marketing
Job reference: 871955
Published: 23 days ago
The purpose of this role is to provide support to the team, taking responsibility for all administrative tasks within the team to ensure campaigns run smoothly and to plan.
 
Job Title:
Client Executive
 
Job Description:
About Dentsu Group (dentsu)
 

Led by Dentsu Group Inc. (Tokyo: 4324; ISIN: JP3551520004), a pure holding company established on January 1, 2020, the Dentsu Group encompasses two operational networks: dentsu japan network, which oversees Dentsu’s agency operations in Japan, and dentsu international, its international business headquarters in London, which oversees Dentsu’s agency operations outside of Japan.
 
With a strong presence in approximately 145 countries and regions across five continents and with 65,000 dedicated professionals, the Dentsu Group provides a comprehensive range of client-centric integrated communications, media and digital services through its five leadership brands—Carat, dentsu X, iProspect, Dentsu Creative, and Merkle—as well as through Dentsu Japan Network companies, including Dentsu Inc., the world’s largest single brand agency with a history of innovation. The Group is also active in the production and marketing of sports and entertainment content on a global scale.
 
Key responsibilities:
  • Effectively runs the day to day planning on key accounts
  • Builds and develops media owner relationships in order to drive market leading planning for clients
  • Works with other departments to ensure a campaign goes live on time through the use of best practice and adherence to Service Level Agreement’s
  • Uses understanding of commercial opportunities and trading focuses to ensure investment is guided towards the most appropriate partners
 
Requirements:
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Possess good communication and listening skills
  • Able to meet tight deadlines and produce quality work
  • Passion in marketing and advertising