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Digital Operations Senior Associate/Manager

TED is seeking a Digital Ad Operations candidate to work with its Partnerships department. This candidate will have experience in working with both internal and external parties/ platforms and a strong understanding of the Digital Video ecosystem.  

We are looking for a team player that can adapt to the day to day requirements of the team.  

The TED Partnerships team is responsible for developing and executing strategic partnerships that fund operations to further TED’s nonprofit mission.  We leverage our custom events, digital platforms, and renowned format to create unique and mutually beneficial partnerships with organizations around the world.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Digital Campaign Management- Oversee all aspects of Ad Operations for Video, Display, and Audio within TED Partnerships team. Including but not limited to   coordination, collection, and delivery of all assets
  • Primary day to day contact  overseeing third-party vendors: OAO (Ad Serving third party), Google-DFP/DAI/YouTube, Social Flow, FB Audience Manager, PRX
  • Leading communication with external vendors to in all digital and audio campaigns:  traffic and set up, check performance, optimizations and creative rotations
  • Develop packaging and digital recommendations working directly with the Director of Partnerships and Media Associate  
  • Internally educate Development team on all products, updates, and recommendations for successful digital campaigns
  • Actively monitor performance and delivery for all campaigns
  • Responsible for standard and custom reporting - daily performance, recommendations for internal development team members
  • Provide screenshots for digital campaigns for the team including O&O, audio, YouTube, social
  • Assist the team with learnings for campaign post-mortems to ensure higher campaign renewal rates
  • Manage UIs for Programmatic and provide updated reporting on marketplace dynamics
  • Update internal reporting tools ( digital tracker/Inventory provide weekly and monthly reports.
  • Custom ad production- working with development, creative services, and media team to ensure custom ad products are coded and trafficked properly as well as executed and delivered in a timely manner


  • Minimum of 3-5 years within a Digital Media company or Agency
  • Strong understanding of video, social and ad serving platforms
  • Ability work closely with external Ad Operations and Third Party Providers
  • Ability to work within DFP, Salesforce, FB Ad manager, YouTube Cross Sell and other platforms as required
  • Excellent communication skills and organized professional
  • Team player with a can-do attitude
  • Strong Analytical background preferred

TED Conferences LLC is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We invite all qualified candidates to apply online with their resume.

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