Tag Archives: OOH

Campus OOH Advertising Sales Job

College Marketing Job

Do you have experience in out-of-home (OOH) advertising sales? Are you knowledgeable about the youth market?

For this position we are looking for experienced OOH sales people who can bring their experience and current contacts to the table to help grow our network of on-campus OOH opportunities.

What we are looking for:

  • 3+ years of OOH sales experience
  • Knowledge of the 18-24 year old demographic (experience working with “youth” related brands a plus)
  • Strong sales experience (cold calling, networking, prospecting, contract negotiations, strategy/planning).
  • Ability to connect with agencies and brands to explore and contact for the advertising space
  • Strategic thinking skills
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills (verbal and written)
  • Independent self-starter with strong work ethic
  • Team attitude – work together with our existing team in positive and forward looking attitude
  • MS Office skills including Excel, Word, and PowerPoint. Experience with Google Docs, Gmail, Google Sites, and SalesForce a plus.
  • 4-year college degree in advertising, marketing, business, or other related field.
  • Will include some travel

What we have:

  • Exclusive college advertising relationships
  • Entrepreneurial company environment that celebrates successes
  • Open organizational structure with open communications
  • Aggressive commission plan with draw
  • Health and dental plan
  • Paid time off
  • Retirement plan with company match

To apply, e-mail your cover letter, references, and resume to hr[at]campusmediagroup.com by 3/31/2010. Please reference job title in subject line. To submit your information by mail, click here.

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Go outdoors and undercover on campus

State Farm "I'm There" Sidewalk Chalk

 

 

 

 

 

 

Most youth marketers understand that mass marketing to the college demographic goes largely unnoticed, and yet they continue to try to capture their attention by interrupting them with blinking banner ads and loud commercials or by showing up places they weren’t invited like facebook or a student’s inbox.

Wild postings, static clings, sidewalk chalk, re-positionable stickers, environmental resurfacing, and pocket promotions with street teams are just some of the under-the-radar tactics that can be used to deliver a message in a personal way on and off-campus. All of them involve your creativity and the ability not to take yourself too seriously.

Read an article written by Jason Bakker for the Great Outdoor Network to learn what it takes to go “undercover” when reaching college youth.

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