Digital Operations Associate

  • New York City, NY
  • Full Time
  • Partnerships
  • Experienced

About TED Partnerships

The TED Partnerships team is responsible for developing and executing strategic partnerships with organizations that ultimately fund TED’s non-profit mission of ideas worth spreading. We leverage our events, video and podcast content, digital platforms, and TED’s signature format to create creative, unique and mutually-beneficial relationships with companies, associations and foundations around the world. 

There is no “average” day on Partnerships, since our business is so dynamic. Our team sells a variety of products that help businesses transform from the inside, and share their stories with the outside world. 


  • Become familiar with TED Video, Audio and Social ad products across multiple platforms.
  • Oversee and provide insights to inventory management 
  • Manage day to day responsibilities of campaign execution and ad trafficking
  • Learn and become experienced with the TED suite of inventory management and ad serving platforms.and third party vendors. 
  • Work with Digital Operations Manager on all digital related products 
  • Provide guidance  and support to Partnerships team regarding inventory management  and best practices for campaign execution and delivery
  • Take screenshots of campaigns running and prepare them for Partner Associates when needed
  • Prepare high level reports which include metrics  and updates tracking the progress for all ad campaigns.
  • Assist in development of templated media plans for both custom and off the shelf marketing ideas
  • Work with the traffic/operations team to ensure efficient and effective  advertising programs
  • Assist  accounting department with accounts payable and receivable in communication with Partners for Digital deals


  • Minimum 3-4  years of experience in digital sales support, preferably within operations org
  • Familiarity Digital Sales process, ad serving systems and management platforms  ( Google Ad Manager/Trello/ Airtable and Salesforce) 
  • Understanding of digital billing and invoicing
  • High functioning, detail orientated individual with effective communication and presentation skills
  • Strong analytical and interpersonal skills with ability to work independently and collaboratively
  • 4 year college degree
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