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Media Planner/Buyer

BRUNNER is an integrated marketing agency with a fast-paced, creative environment. We love big ideas and are looking to add new talent to our team. We are searching for a Media Planner/Buyer to join our Atlanta office.  This person will oversee day-to-day agency performance and agency/client relationships of assigned accounts.


  • Responsible for planning, buying, executing and management of B2B and B2C media campaigns (Broadcast, Digital, Mobile, Print, Social and OOH).
  • Present media recommendations to executive-level client leaders
  • Develop strategically appropriate media approaches for clients
  • Ensure that client relationships continue to be strengthened by quality of deliverables and client satisfaction with the work
  • Maintain an in-depth knowledge of client business, from current and historical perspectives
  • Demonstrate to clients how proposed media solutions will show expected return on investment with company
  • Maintain solid working relationships with clients, media partners, and internal teams
  • Track expenditures to ensure agency and client budget compliance
  • Monitor, track & optimize digital campaigns on a monthly basis
  • Work with internal teams and outside sales reps to resolve media billing issues
  • Perform day to day ad placement, scheduling and updates for clients
  • Work with 3rd party server and internal team for digital trafficking
  • Recommend/execute necessary modifications to plans
  • Evaluate media proposals and provide written POVs
  • Negotiate, execute and maintain approved added value programs/components
  • Create and update monthly budget reports for account teams
  • Develop results analysis reports for clients/account teams
  • Monitor buys and manage make-goods, optimizations and revisions as necessary
  • Manage billing reconciliation, discrepancies and monthly budget reports for key accounts


  • 4+ years media experience
  • Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree, MBA or equivalent business experience


  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills to foster optimal relationships
  • Strong organizational skills, time management skills and detail oriented
  • Strong knowledge of end to end media planning/buying process for both traditional and online media (ie: research, application of findings, planning/negotiating media, buying process, etc.)
  • Knowledge of media resources including MRI, Scarborough, R&F, online planning tools, Strata, ComScore, Kantar, Google Analytics, etc.
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks to completion within established deadlines
  • Proficiency with ad serving tools and online ad trafficking experience


We offer your full traditional benefits including: health, dental, vision, and life insurance. We also offer a matching 401K, commuter benefits, and flex funds for you to enjoy your life outside of work. Add to that a good deal of PTO, including half day summer Fridays and all the holiday time off you would expect. Oh yeah, and weekly happy hours of course.

We like everyone, so we are an equal opportunity employer. We do not consider your race, religion, ethnicity, national origin, age, sex, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or veteran status when deciding to hire you. We just want you to be you.  

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