• Senior Strategic Planner | Chicago, IL

    Job Location US-IL-Chicago
    Job ID
    2020-2418
  • Overview

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    A bit about us:

     

    Data + Design. It's how we work.

     

    We believe in designing brand experiences that motivate people to buy and act. Our Buy Design process was built for this mission. With Centric, our data-driven model, at the center, Buy Design unites and powers the forces of science and creativity so that we deliver value at every touchpoint, inspiring people to buy into your brand and products.

    Responsibilities

    Do you enjoy working in the shopper marketing and CPG space? Are you passionate about commerce and crafting world-class ideas? If so, we'd love to hear from you.

     

    We seek a Senior Strategic Planner to help lead a global business for our Chicago team.

     

    Agency strategic planning experience in shopper marketing and consumer packaged goods required. Commerce experience (shopper, ecommerce, omnichannel) strongly preferred. This position will be responsible for crafting innovative and insight rich marketing strategies, delivering compelling insights to spark creative concepts, and articulating the strategy into an inspiring narrative for our clients.

     

    Incredible opportunity for those who thrive in a fast-paced environment and desire the responsibility to lead the strategic planning process for iconic household brands. 

    Qualifications

    • 4 year degree in psychology, business, marketing, communications or equivalent required.
    • Well-qualified candidates may have also completed creative portolio school (strategic planning/brand planning track).
    • 5+ years of agency strategic planning experience in CPG and shopper marketing required. Commerce experience (shopper, ecommerce, omnichannel) strongly preferred.
    • Global experience is a plus.

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