Media Planner

Location: austin, TX

Department: Demand Generation

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Entry Level

Media Planner


Forget everything you know about agencies. Now, meet Springbox — a place where ‘work hard, play harder’ is more than a motto. Springbox offers a fun, stimulating, technology-focused work environment that is fast-paced and rewarding. We are committed to fostering an environment where highly talented, challenge-hungry people thrive. You will have the opportunity to learn and grow your skill set, while making a real contribution to a rapidly expanding agency.


Our strategists, analysts, UX designers, art directors, copywriters and developers work side-by-side to create digital experiences designed on customer intelligence and built with leading technology for clients who are hungry to achieve digital leadership.


We are looking for a driven, results-oriented individual to join our team as a Media Planner. You’ll coordinate and manage day-to-day media activities and communications with vendors and work to foster long-term relationships with the clients. You must be a confident self-starter, team player, innovative problem-solver and be able to manage multiple projects at once. This role requires you to be highly attentive to detail and resourceful with the ability to work well under pressure. Our ideal candidate will have a great work ethic, experience in both demand generation and branding campaigns, and a hunger for responsibility and learning.



  • Work with the Media Supervisor to develop and execute lead generation and digital media plans
  • Create media plan flowcharts, media buy authorizations, and manage other day-to-day tasks associated with maintaining client approved media plans
  • Develop and deliver client presentations
  • Negotiate media placements and manage the on-going relationship with multiple media vendors
  • Create Ad Hoc Media POVs
  • Help Ad Ops Manager and Analytics manager with trafficking and media analytics/reporting needs for all campaigns
  • Set up IOs, monitor media campaign pacing, and lead the media billing reconciliation process
  • Assist in collaboration with accounting department to develop a streamlined approach to client invoicing


Skills and Qualifications

  • Minimum three years’ experience in media planning with at least two years of online experience
  • Experience planning and buying Social, Programmatic, Search, Display and/or other digital media channels is preferred
  • Proven experience creating and implementing multi-channel, real-time marketing campaigns
  • Experience in pulling media reports and developing actionable optimization recommendations
  • Must be proactive, highly motivated, detail oriented and have strong communications skills
  • Must have client-facing skills, including preparing and delivering presentations
  • Proficient in Excel and Google G-suite products
  • Ability to work as part of a team, share ideas and accept constructive reviews
  • Knowledge of various media planning and buying tools
  • Media Agency experience a plus

Perks (because it matters, right?)

  • Wear what you want to work, up to a point (no speedos).
  • Fully stocked beverage refrigerators and snacks
  • Located downtown at 8th and Colorado Street.
  • Modern, comfortable workplace, with areas to chill when you need it.
  • Flexible hours (some of us aren’t morning people).
  • Bring your best friend to work (dogs allowed).
  • Parking and commuter benefits.


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