Our client is a full service B2B specialist agency, with the head offices based in Singapore, and global partnerships located globally, and here in Auckland.
This is a permanent role to work initially on a major tech client, managing the day to day requirements. A very exciting opportunity for an Account Director with a positive and go-getter attitude. You will be a hard worker, hungry to grow business and able to communicate daily with the wider team members in Singapore and Sydney – as well as have gravitas to represent this agency in the market place, helping to further shape and drive the growth of the client engagement in New Zealand.
You will be a proven business builder, with a can-do attitude and be highly motivated, experienced at building a pipeline of out-of-scope work from the client along with building new business relationships. An understanding of B2B communications and marketing is key, with a deep knowledge of cross-discipline marketing activities and specialties. You will have a track record of building strong relationships with senior clients. Managing multiple workstreams and delivering in a timely manner is crucial to managing our clients.
Strong processes and seamless delivery are key. You will have the ability to set processes that improve account efficiencies, and be a proven leader who can grow and shape a team. Strong communications skills and presentation skills are very important, as is a very strong attention to detail.
If you are passionate about driving and growing your clients’ business, with a keen eye for strategy in addition to having experience in job management processes, briefing creative and managing the delivery of jobs in a profitable manner – this will be the perfect opportunity for you! Send your CV to Ginnaya Turner at The Creative Store, email Ginnaya@thecreativestore.co.nz, or to discuss this role in further detail call The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077. Ref: Job 2477.
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Wow we need this.
Absolutely loving it - great job!
This is a reworking of an old English campaign from decades ago where they noted signs of breast-cancer in old masters, right?
Embarrassingly for the industry, this certainly looks like a scam ad. A scam ad in my mind is a piece of work that is instigated by the agency for the primary purpose of winning awards, rather than having a real ...
How is this an actual media story - there's barely a point of view in this piece!
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