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Senior IT Security Analyst
MerkleWashington, DC
This role will support a broad range of security and risk disciplines including IT risk analysis, certifications (SOC I SOC II, PCI-DSS), internal audit, compliance, security controls (physical and logical), information security, and business continuity/disaster recovery (BC/DR).
Last updated 25 days ago
MerkleCulver City, CA
Qualifications: 3-4+ years of Amazon Media experience, preferably on the Agency side and relevant to e-Retail/CPGExperience in Amazon Sponsored Ads, Amazon DSP and RetailStrong professional presence and communication skillsSupport /oversee project/accountsComprehensive data analysis and problem solving skills; able to draw conclusions and with guidance, you are able to devise strategic recommendations based on findingsStrong Microsoft Excel skills: pivot tables, vlookups, and chart building.
Last updated 18 minutes ago
MerkleChicago, IL
Sales Materials Evolution & Events ManagementYou will provide regular updates of sales materials to include category insights, case studies, ad solutions, key messages and unique buyer needs.
Last updated 12 hours ago
New Stream Media Vendor Account Manager, Retail
MerkleMinneapolis, MN
Externally, we partner with supply/vendor Brand Managers, Analytics, and E-Commerce team members, as well as their National Media and Shopper Marketing agencies.
Last updated 3 days ago
Digital Media Manager (Programmatic / Paid Social Activation)
MerklePittsburgh, PA
With 9,600+ employees, Merkle is headquartered in Columbia, Maryland, with 50+ additional offices throughout the US, EMEA, and APAC. In 2016, the agency joined dentsu.
Last updated 1 day ago
Senior Presentation Designer
MerkleDenver, CO
The Senior Presentation Designer is a vital part of Merkle's sales organization, working closely with cross-functional teams to conceptualize, create, and manage print and digital collateral for sales pitches and other sales opportunities.
Last updated 7 hours ago
Manager, Analytics
MerkleColumbia, MD
Advanced knowledge of SQL, Tableau and Excel
Last updated 13 hours ago
MerkleSalt Lake City, UT
Reporting to the Digital Experience Practice Director, you will be a catalyst for creative results for clients, and inspiration for great work and culture internally.
Last updated 12 hours ago
Senior Digital Media Planner
MerkleDenver, CO
You will play a leadership role on the team, reporting to the Media Supervisor, and will be responsible for helping supervise the day-to-day workflow of the media planning staff on specific accounts.
Last updated 16 hours ago
Lead Technical Consultant (Customer Data Platform)
MerkleStamford, CT
Merkles heritage in data, technology and analytics is the foundation for our understanding of consumer insights that drives our people-based marketing strategies.
Last updated 16 hours ago
New Stream Media Sales Director
MerklePittsburgh, PA
The Mid- and Long-Tail CPG Sales Director is a player/coach responsible for developing new client accounts for the Retailers Media Network.
Last updated 12 hours ago
MerkleNorristown, PA
Job Description: Role PurposeThe Mid- and Long-Tail CPG Sales Director is a player/coach responsible for developing new client accounts for the Retailer's Media Network.
Last updated 16 hours ago
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