7,614 JobsSenior IT Security AnalystMerkleWashington, DCThis 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). Full-time
MerkleCulver City, CAQualifications: 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.
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Senior Digital Media PlannerMerkleDenver, COYou 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.
743999765835647MerkleNorristown, PAJob 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.
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