Media Lead

broadhead + co.

we’re on version 17.0.

For 17 years, we’ve never stood still. Born from the dust of the dot com, we’ve built an independent, full service agency for the modern age. Beholden to no legacies of what brand experience was. Rather what it can be. Always uncovering, always evolving, always in motion. That’s how we do it. Every day.

Position Details

Media Lead
Twin Cities Metro
Minneapolis, MN


Media Lead

broadhead is looking for another bull to join the Engage team. As a Media Lead, you’re a curious thinker who can balance the rigor and creativity of every media opportunity. You make big ideas come to life – and aren’t afraid to try something that has never been done before. Always a strategic thinker, you’ll partner with all departments, lead the media planning work for several clients, and contribute to the overall positive culture at Broadhead.


Day-to-day work life will include, but is not limited, to the following:

  • Lead and/or participate in pre-planning clients’ meetings to gather input and establish strategic direction. 
  • Craft integrated media plans that will help big ideas break through the clutter and produce outstanding results. 
  • Use effective communication to present media plans to clients. 
  • Develop and maintain effective relationships with media partners. 
  • Stay on top of, and share knowledge with colleagues on, media trends and emerging media opportunities to encourage the best work possible. 
  • Monitor metrics and provide insights on media plans. 
  • Work as a team with Media Director and Media operations.


Every job has a level of abilities and expectations; here are a few of ours:

  • Understanding of media planning fundamentals. 
  • Experience with most types of media – social media a plus 
  • College degree in Marketing or related field
  • 4+ years of experience working in an agency media department or in-house media department. 
  • Ability to present complicated media plans in a simplified form to clients. 
  • Knowledge of and proficiency in computer accessed media tools and databases. 
  • Organizational skills that would make Martha Stewart proud. 
  • Skill at interpersonal relationships and ability to interact with individuals from all areas of the industry, both internally and externally. 
  • Ability to handle details with accuracy. 
  • Ability to be flexible and adaptable to constant change. 
  • Ability to effectively handle multiple tasks and frequent interruptions. 
  • Ability to apply strategic planning skills to the media planning process. 
  • Ability to problem-solve, work under pressure, and to effectively manage stress.

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