Ad Operations Specialist (Entry Level)

Remote
Full Time
Operations
Entry Level

About Frequence  

Frequence is an ad tech platform for media companies that connects all aspects of digital advertising—sales, operations, and reporting—from beginning to end.  Our software makes selling local advertising scalable and provides users with an all-in-one platform that drives campaign performance.

Our trailblazing technology is always growing, and so are we. We push ourselves further with our belief in collaboration, execution, and ownership. We don’t just want to create intuitive AdTech tools—we want to foster a culture of openness and inclusivity that encourages our employees to think bigger and grow higher. Step into the future with us.

The Opportunity: 

The role is an entry-level position on the digital media buying operations team that is intended to provide a base level understanding of digital media buying technology and prepare the person for advanced positions in media buying operations.  Opportunities for advancement within the company are expected and encouraged.  The team supports the delivery and optimization of localized digital advertising campaigns using cutting-edge media buying tactics and technologies.

What You Will Do:  

This is a versatile role that supports the digital media buying operations team, which may include:

  • Learn the fundamentals of programmatic digital media buying operations and supporting technology
  • Manage digital media buying order fulfillment within a team structure
  • Provide order entry and quality assurance support for our digital media buying team
  • Data Entry and other ad-hoc reporting tasks

Who You Are:

  • Strong computer literacy
  • Excellent written communication skills
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Bachelor's degree in Business, Marketing, another quantitative field, or equivalent work experience in an advertising operations role
  • Demonstrable history of personal achievement and work ethic 
  • Strong desire to work in the advertising technology industry

 

Why Frequence? 

Frequence is proud to be  certified as a  Great Place to Work, and ranked as one of the USA's fastest-growing private companies by Inc. Magazine

Our people-first culture and distinctive mission set us apart from others in the industry. As our company grows, so does our need to add sharp, ambitious, and talented people to our team. We're approachable, inclusive, and encourage open dialogue within our community. This is a place where your voice matters. Join us and let's see what we can build together.

Some of the industry-leading benefits we offer include:

  • Competitive compensation
  • Stock options and retirement plans 
  • Health, dental and vision insurance 
  • Flexible PTO and remote work options
  • And more

Compensation

The base salary range represents the minimum and maximum of the salary range for this position based on the primary location. The salary for this role is $40,000 - $50,000. Compensation may vary outside of this range depending on a number of factors, including a candidate’s qualifications, skills, competency, experience, and location. Base pay is one part of the total package that is provided to compensate and recognize employees for their work.  

Candidates hired to work in other locations will be subject to the pay range associated with that location, and the actual annualized salary amount offered to any candidate at the time of hire will be reflected solely in the candidate’s offer letter.  

We support each member of the Frequence team with a comprehensive employee benefits package including health and well-being benefits, retirement contributions, 401(k) savings plan, and much more. Eligibility varies based on full or part-time status, exempt or non-exempt status, and management level.

 

Frequence, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. At Frequence, Inc. we are deliberately trying to create a safe space for people of all races, genders, ages, backgrounds, and orientations. It is the policy of Frequence, Inc. to provide equal employment opportunity to all persons, regardless of age, race, religion, color, national origin, sex, political affiliations, marital status, non-disqualifying physical or mental disability, age, sexual orientation, membership or non-membership in an employee organization, or on the basis of personal favoritism or other non-merit factors, except where otherwise provided by law.

 

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