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Connections Planning Director, London, Hearts & Science

Published 2022-08-12
Expires 2022-09-12
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Connections Planning Director, London, Hearts & Science
United Kingdom, London, London,
Published August 12, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Connections planning director


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About the role:We’re looking for a Connections Planning Director to join our Strategy & Connections Planning Team. In this role, you would be responsible for:• defining and evolving the cross-media planning approaches that will help deliver Peloton’s business objectives• oversee the upfront planning across all media channels, working in tandem with the client experience team and liaising with internal specialists• helping drive innovation within media to achieve the optimal outputs for Peloton• champion the craft of planning in the agency via our proprietary planning process OMNI About You:This role will be ideal for you if:• you started out in AV/TV or digital and moved into media planning• you want to lead, inspire and innovate in media planning, delivering best in class, award-winning work• you’re confident putting across your view on media planning, views that get you and the agency talked about• you would embrace the opportunity to become an expert in our planning tools and systems• you like developing collaborative working relationships with media owners We want everyone to make the most of the opportunity to shine and showcase your talents and we are happy to make adjustments in the recruitment process so you can be your best. Please discuss any specific requirements with your dedicated Talent Acquisition team member or if you would feel more comfortable, you can email us confidentially at [email protected] to let us know how we can support you. About Hearts & Science:Part of Omnicom Media Group (OMG UK), Hearts & Science are an agency fit for the future. Built in the digital age with agility at our core, our DNA is different from your ordinary media agency. Our people bring to life our values of challenging conventions, celebrating difference, collaboration and positivity. A central pillar of creating an agency Fit for the Future is making decisions that benefit our people, our agency, our partners and our clients both today and tomorrow. In media terms this means total transparency, over-and-above data governance, ethical media practices and thinking both long and short. In relation to our culture and our talent, Fit for the [email protected] plays out in three ways:1) Future-proofing careers2) Creating a Diverse and Inclusive Workforce3) Embracing Sustainability The core of our difference is rooted in our culture, something we invest significant time and energy into nurturing to ensure our people remain happy and fulfilled. This extends into our unparalleled Learning & Development program, our diverse staff population, and our social calendar, which is peppered with standard, and far from standard, activities. We pride ourselves on being like a family so expect to get to know everyone and feel truly supported professionally. We are one of the fastest growing agencies in the market so expect a high paced environment with lots of opportunities. At OMG, our vision is to be an agency where difference is valued and everyone is able to thrive in a culture of equality, inclusion and belonging. We are committed to providing a truly inclusive environment that reflects today’s society, where everyone is able to bring their true selves to work, and where diverse voices and backgrounds are valued, heard, and well-represented We will process your personal data in accordance with our Recruitment Privacy Notice which is available on www.omgukcareers.com

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