Ad Services Bureau Associate

Dow Jones & Co. Inc
New York City, NY
Job Type:
Full Time

Job Description

Advertising Operations Associate

Position Summary:

The Advertising Services Bureau continuously works to provide the highest level of service and uphold the standards of Dow Jones and The Wall Street Journal. The Ad Services Team are the “go to” people working closely with sales, agencies and internal teams maintaining and administering company policies and guidelines. They must set forth a solid foundation of the most up-to-date and precise information within our organization both domestically and internationally.

The Advertising Services Bureau Associate position is based in the main offices in New York with occasional travel to the South Brunswick offices in New Jersey. The associate is a liaison between sales, clients, agencies, editorial and operations. The bureau provides solutions, suggestions and production services to sales, agencies, and suppliers.


• Provide advertising print production support for The Wall Street Journal. Offer knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite to assist with file composing, exporting, and ensuring that files are built to specification
• Knowledge of graphic design. Deliver the latest printing and software specifications to assist our clients on achieving best reproduction for our products Produce and review advertisement proofs with clients.
• Work in a fast paced team environment and provide production support as needed to colleagues
• Track materials and orders, monitoring production needs and accounts of a special nature, size or schedule. Inform other departments of any scheduling conflicts, reproduction issues, special positioning, launches and exceptions made to policy
• Assist with clarification and addressing any questions or concerns while in the planning stages for sales and clients. Work alongside layouts, scheduling, operations and customer service to provide position and strategy solutions to meet the customer needs
• Uphold the policies and professional standards of The Wall Street Journal Provide open communication with the Editorial Department to ensure quality
• Provide knowledge of the paper’s layout and guidelines for booking advertisements. Offer reasonable solutions and alternatives to satisfy client needs
• Maintain an open line of communication amongst sales, suppliers, agencies, editorial and operations
• Maintain an accurate and updated database of customer accounts, agencies, and their vendors for contact information for the tracking of material
• Work with others on special projects/assignments and produce reports as required
• When assigned to magazine work, engage with the news and ad production operations and contract print suppliers using the various schedules, procedures, workflows designed for the different publications. Maintain open communications Magazine work includes production aspects of layout and a high degree of coordination with ad sales and the print suppliers.
• Ideal candidate is someone who possesses the ability to take initiative and drive projects with minimal supervision
• All other responsibilities and duties as assigned

Position Requirements:

• High school diploma minimum, Bachelor’s degree preferred
• Must have strong verbal and written communication skills
• Excellent customer service skills
• Working knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite
• Enfocus Pitstop a plus
• Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite
• 1 year prior work experience in the print industry preferred
• Experience working with print ready files a plus.
• Experience within fast paced work environments and ability to multi-task
• Organized and detail oriented
• Ability to work under pressure and on deadline

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Company Description

Dow Jones & Company, Inc. is a global provider of business and financial news and information. The Company’s operations are divided into three operating segments: print publishing, electronic publishing, and general-interest community newspapers. The print publishing segment contains the operations of The Wall Street Journal and its international editions, Barron’s and other periodicals, as well as U.S. television operations. Electronic publishing includes the operations of Dow Jones Newswires, Dow Jones Indexes, and among others. Community newspapers published by Ottaway Newspapers, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of the Company, include 19 general-interest dailies in 11 states.

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