Vice President, Paid Media & Growth

Radical Share is a digital marketing agency that specializes in finding the most exciting and buzzworthy ways to integrate brands into pop culture. We work with brands such as Rubie’s Costumes/Rubie’s DTC, Buy Seasons, NECA, Kid Robot, Wiz Kids, Loot Crate and more. Our partners have incredible fandoms and our mission is to design the best creative and experiences possible to generate growth. Radical Share is a fully remote organization, with team members across the country.

Radical Share seeks a Vice President of Paid Media and Growth who is looking for a unique opportunity to scale and develop a team. If you have spent time at a brand or agency and are now looking for an amazing opportunity to catapult into the next phase of your career – where you set strategy and work across an array of dynamic brands – Radical Share would love to hear from you.

This role will report to the Senior Vice President of Marketing and work with other team leaders to create multi-platform strategies for a portfolio of brands. The ideal candidate is a positive team player and someone who is a passionate leader. You should be accustomed to driving strategy but also participating in the work.  This is not a role where the work can be fully delegated.  The right fit for this role is someone who loves being on the front lines and being responsible for scaling businesses. 

The right candidate is someone who has agency and/or brand experience and is comfortable working across multiple business units. You will shape the paid media strategy of PPC, SEO, social and affiliate investment. You will be tasked with identifying key business performance metrics and developing in-depth reporting templates, working with an insights team.  While your oversight will primarily be US based, you will be aware and stay up to date on the performance of Global teams.  

This is truly an incredible opportunity for someone to step out of a corporate structure – with red tape and limitations- to build a team and lead. If you are looking for the next big step in your career – to make an impact, lead and grow, we would love to hear from you.

 

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