Réf. 269443

Contrat en alternance - Marketing

Localisation : Paris

Début : entre aujourd'hui et janvier 2018
Durée : 12 mois
Indem. : à définir

OMG France - Groupe OMNICOM

OMNICOM MEDIA GROUP France, fait partie du Groupe OMNICOM, l'un des groupes mondiaux leader en communication et présent dans plus de 83 pays.

Omnicom Média Group est le spécialiste du conseil en communication média et en achat d'espaces publicitaires.

OMG France emploie 300 personnes dont le but est d'accompagner nos clients dans l'élaboration de leur stratégie média globale et leur implémentation sur les supports online et offline; parmi eux : Renault, Nissan, Henkel, Leclerc, Mc. Donald's, Pepsico, Bel, Apple...  


The purpose of the international productivity account executive role in the Global team is to manage the OMD Network productivity reports.

The chosen candidate will:

  • ensure reporting deadlines are met
  • audit local productivity reports
  • explain templates/methodology & answer market questions
  • work with senior member on productivity reporting issues
  • work with senior member on local team issues
  • challenge local budget, inflation & client cost trend forecast
  • ensure all forecasts are relevant & backed-up


The most important for this job is that you are:

  • ease with managing large sets of data & algebra calculations
  • advanced user of Excel
  • concerned to make sure that your work is accurate and all details checked.
  • a quick learning & mastering of client productivity calculation logic, method & processes
  • organized
  • able to communicate with precision in English & be understood with the network

Your experience:

  •  A first Experience in media industry (internship) would be appreciated but not mandatory, ideally in Data / Digital…
  • The job is located in Boulogne-Billancourt and your English has to be fluent.
  • Just let us know if you are interested!


OMG France - Groupe OMNICOM
Stéphanie DUVAL
11/15 avenue André Morizet
92100 Boulogne Billancourt
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