What does everyone's title structures look like? We have Associate, specialist, sr, supervisor, AD, director, vp, svp, but we're thinking we might need to change it up to be more on par w/others.

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Ours is: Analyst, Sr Analyst, Associate Manager, Manager, Sr. Manager, Associate Director, Director, Sr Director, VP, SVP


Depends on the role in analytics but typically it’s

Analyst, Sr Analyst, Lead Analyst, Director, Sr Director, VP (Director), SVP (Director).


Analyst, Sr. Analyst, Manager, Associate Director, Director


Usually it’s two levels below Manager then after is Associate Director, director, VP, SVP. After Director, it becomes other variants such as Managing Director and Group Managing Director, this is separate from the VP/SVP structure.

Some places break Manager into 2 levels or more like above SA1 (Manager and Senior Manager from where I’m at). I find places with more titles have specific pay bands but promotions are not the same. Promotions happen faster and are more unfair compared to places with less titles. At the same time, places with less titles have wider varying pay grades which depends more on experience

Analyst, Sr Analyst, Supervisor, Director, VP (Director + become an officer in the agency), SVP (Director)

Analyst, Senior Analyst, Manager, (sometimes Snr Manager), Associate Director, Director, VP/Director, SVP/Group Director/Managing Director.

In the three agencies I’ve been at there’s been an effort to align with media. (replace analyst with planner/buyer)

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