Our Media Team is in search of an outstanding Planner. The Media Planner (MP) will identify the best mix of media channels to deliver an advertising message to our clients' target audience. Using research data, the MP will decide the best course of action within the budget allocated and give the clients’ product or service maximum exposure. You will discuss advertising strategy with our clients, analyze and research the target audience's character, and recommend to our creative team and our clients about the most effective media combination and present media proposals.
Our Client Service Team is responsible for maintaining the relationship between the agency and the client. Client Services are the liaison between the client and the creative team to ensure the client's needs and goals are being met on every project. An Account Supervisor's role is to lead and mentor junior Account members as well as earn and keep our client's respect and confidence; while maintaining a clear perspective on the long-term view of the business and drive of a project.
We are looking for an individual to take initiative in learning our agency processes and who has the ability to form positive working relationships across all departments. We want and cultivate advertising junkies; who keeps up to date on the industry, client news and emerging technology.
Our team is looking for a Media Supervisor. The media supervisor has an exceptional understanding for the full media planning process – from strategy & media plan development, to execution. Works in tandem with the Director to set strategic tone for the assigned accounts and mentors Media planners/assistants. Provides growth opportunities within a creative and integrated environment.
Our Client Service Team is responsible for maintaining the relationship between the agency and the client. Client Services are the liaison between the client and the creative team to ensure the client's needs and goals are being met on every project. An Account Executive (AE) plays an essential role within Client Services Department. An AE manages/supports the execution and production of creative ideas across all media types and generally handles several non-competing client accounts at a time.
VITRO’s Client Service Department is always on the lookout for paid (full time) and unpaid (part time / school credit) Account Interns to join our team! Organized, driven and enthusiastic problem solvers interested in making the most of our hands-on, educational experience will work closely with our account management teams to learn the in’s and out’s of an ad agency. All students and recent graduates ready to dive into the Advertising Industry are welcome to apply, year-round.
You’ve got a lot of account leadership experience. You don’t just react to your clients requests, you proactively preempt them. You’ve got a passion, not just for helping to sell great work, growing a business and driving results but helping to groom and mentor great talent. You really want to make an impact, to watch your efforts blossom into something real that you truly feel a part of. To collaborate together. To solve problems together. To create solutions that deliver results that matter together. And that’s an opportunity you will passionately pour all your smarts, commitment, and considerable charisma into.
ACCOUNT DIRECTOR - AUSTIN
You been doing this ad thing awhile. Five years. Maybe more. Got a really strong portfolio. You can write like no one’s business. You can expertly craft mountains of headlines and radio spots, nailing the brand tone and the deadline every time. You’re as comfortable with finding the big idea as you are fine tuning the finest detail. You know how to run a VO session or TV shoot on your own. You know there’s more to learn still. And you’d sure be open to someone good teaching it to you. And while you’re at it, the chance to mentor someone less senior could be really cool too.
SENIOR COPYWRITER - AUSTIN
Right from the start, you understood that great layouts come through great craftsmanship and attention to detail. But now some time has passed. Now you’ve got some experience under your belt—five years, maybe more—and you’ve gotten even faster. Now you can rock out a great layout at midnight if you have to. You don’t spin your wheels. You find the strike zone. And you’ve picked up a few other tricks along the way. You can run a photo shoot solo. You can direct a color session. And all that professionalism and experience and craft shows in your portfolio. You know there’s more to learn still. And you’d sure be open to someone good teaching it to you. And while you’re at it, the chance to mentor someone less senior could be really cool too.