Task & Purpose Is Hiring A Director Of Programmatic Sales


Task & Purpose, a leading online destination for military service members, veterans, and their supporters, is seeking an experienced director of programmatic digital media sales in NYC.

This position will be responsible for building a multi-platform ad network called the military ad network that will provide traditional and non-standard online advertising across participating partners’ websites.

The ideal candidate will have at least 3 years of experience at the intersection of technical systems and account management/sales in ad operations. They must be adept at project management, creative services, ad operations, and have significant experience building and managing ad serving solutions with a special focus in ad serving, audience extension products, ad tagging & platform technology, rich media, as well as high impact display, mobile and video ad operations, analytics and campaign management.


  • 3+ years in digital advertising operations for publishers, ad agency, or ad network.
  • Strong knowledge of DoubleClick for Publishers (DFP).
  • Industry knowledge of third party ad servicing platforms, behavioral/audience targeting, and rich media vendors.
  • Experience with the digital advertising process:  RFP’s, IO’s, ad tags, creative assets, launch verification, reporting, and buy or sell side programmatic campaign management.
  • Extensive knowledge of online ad technology landscape including third-party servers, exchange/RTB functionality, and general industry trends.
  • Proven ability to manage multiple projects within tight deadline and budgets.
  • Highly organized, effective time management and project management skills, able to prioritize, meet deadlines, and strong oral and written communication skills.

Interested applicants should send their resume and a short cover letter explaining their interest and qualifications to jobs@taskandpurpose.com.

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