International Strategist

 

The role

This role is an exciting opportunity to work within our Strategy team as an International Strategist.

The successful candidate will combine up to date media knowledge with behaviour focussed research to help develop behavioural insights and media strategies that will sit at the heart of client’s media plans.

The clients

We create award-winning campaigns for exciting, innovative brands across technology, FMCG, finance and travel. Some of our clients include Lebara, Giovanni Rana, Slack and Rustlers.

About you

The candidate should have experience building consumer led insight that feed directly into media or creative strategies for brands, and an understanding, or deep desire to learn about, the latest developments in behavioural science research and advertising effectiveness.  As well as a background in international media and both qualitative and quantitative research tools e.g. TGI.

The role requires someone with curiosity, an ability to draw together information from multiple disciplines, and big picture thinking.

Meet the hiring manager

Nitya Varma

Nitya Varma Head of International Strategy

Nitya leads international strategy at Total Media helping to develop the breadth of international accounts, ensuring our proposition of behavioural planning sits at the heart of all our client strategies. Before joining Total Media, Nitya worked on client’s such as Tresemmé, Dove, Natwest & Pantene in London and Singapore. She also has an MBA from Säid Business School, Oxford. She is passionate about the world of behavioural economics, and its application to marketing, new methods of research and frameworks for measuring effectiveness

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