Our client, a boutique design agency in Parnell, Auckland, are looking for a savvy Senior / Account Director to join their team where you will work across a variety of brand, corporate collateral, and packaging projects.
You will have design agency (or advertising agency background), with a high appreciation and experience across design projects. You will be calm, collected and buttoned down, with a strong production focus.
Being responsible across all the major accounts, you will ensure your clients are well cared for, are given consistent clear communication and their work is being delivered on time. Accountable for managing projects, budgets and timelines, you will have thorough documentation skills and the capability to ensure multiple projects are flowing smoothly, along with being strong on internal process and efficiencies.
You will be proactive with new business, confident at writing proposals and presentations (if you have a knowledge is InDesign, that would be a bonus, and presenting work to clients.
On a day to day you will be hands-on - briefing the design team, managing the traffic flow, budgeting and invoicing your client accounts. reporting directly to the Managing Director.
Being at the senior level, you will have the confidence and articulation to converse with clients in a professional business manner, gaining their trust and respect from the onset. You will also be great at identifying new business opportunities within your clients stable and always look to add value to your client accounts.
If you are looking to take your experience in the design industry to the next level, send your CV to Ginnaya Turner at The Creative Store, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077 for more details. Reference Job 2705.
Visit The Creative Store website www.thecreativestore.co.nz to view all our jobs online.
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