MANAGER, PARTNER MARKETING STRATEGY - VELOCITY

US-NY-New York
Brand
Nickelodeon
iCIMS ID
2017-7691

Overview and Responsibilities

The Manager of Nickelodeon Velocity Strategy will be responsible for proactively developing, executing and managing multi-platform partner opportunities across all Nickelodeon networks and platforms. The Manager reports into the Director, Nickelodeon Velocity Strategy.

 

Responsibilities

  • Create compelling, insight-driven sponsorship packages that showcase excellent storytelling, incorporating research and driving incremental advertising revenue 
  • Ideate and execute insight-driven branded content pilots, sales products and strategic initiatives for Upfront marketing opportunities
  • Meet with site, social and on-air programming teams to identify network priorities and opportunities based on key events, premieres and launches
  • Work with the Director and Ad Sales to create assessments of sponsorship performance, including sell-through, performance metrics and key client categories in order to inform development of future materials
  • Research, discover and share new trends in media and marketing to develop new and innovative opportunities for the company 
  • Educate Nickelodeon Velocity and sales teams about TV and Digital content plans and launches across Nickelodeon platforms 
  • Help maintain Sponsorship Portal, forecasting issues and finding fast solutions for clients

Basic Qualifications

  • 4-6 years of experience in a marketing, media company or advertising agency

Additional Qualifications

  • Excellent written and oral presentation skills
  • Proactive and strategic thinker
  • Excellent PowerPoint, Photoshop, and Excel skills
  • Skilled diplomat who works effectively across multiple departments and external parties
  • Comfortable working in a fast paced, high performance group with multiple projects at one time
  • Strong desire to work for a global brand and to contribute to innovation within the organization
  • A passion for all things Nickelodeon!

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