Account Executive / Account Manager

  • Auckland

We are looking for a star graduate or a 1 + year experienced Account Executive / Account Manager to join this well regarded strategic branding agency, located in Auckland.

Starting asap, this is great permanent Account Manager role, working with a well-established team of brand experts who create, evolve and transform brands.

Located in the Auckland CDB, this role is well suited if you have had at least 1 year commercial experience, have a good understanding of the working environment and ready to give 100%.

On a day to day this role will have a range of responsibilities such as working with the account management team across a range of clients, working collaboratively with internal teams to deliver successful projects and managing multiple projects across brand and digital, managing the creative workflow through the studio and creatives.

You will take pride in your work, and deliver to a high standard, taking great attention to detail. You will work across the timekeeping of projects, costs and budget allocations. Accurately invoicing and guiding your clients to achieving results on time to and budget.

If you enjoy working in a close and collaborative team environment, have a great personality and not afraid to roll up your sleeves, send your cv and work experience to Charlotte Bicknell at The Creative Store, email Charlotte@thecreativestore.co.nz, or if you would like to discuss this role in further details, call The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077.

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