Account Director / Senior Account Director

  • Auckland Central

We are on the lookout for two ADs or SADs to work on two separate pieces of business for the same agency.

Both accounts are FMCG with an international focus. The agency and the accounts are top-level, and so we're looking for top-level people to join the teams.

You'll have a lot of experience working on large accounts within an integrated creative agency environment. FMCG understanding is essential, as is an understanding of brand, and a wide channel knowledge (ATL, social, digital, direct, experiential, and PR).

You'll be used to running a P&L; working with senior-level clients; strategic account planning; and leading and mentoring direct reports.

This agency is one of the largest, best and most respected agencies in the business. You'll get to work with inspirational, creative people doing top-notch work.

If you think this sounds like you, please contact Sarah +64 21 050 2507 or Debbie +64 22 652 5735 today or click Apply via Email quoting reference #5321SP.

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