Account Manager - Health & Wellness Agency

  • Auckland - Auckland CBD
  • Competitive based on experience

Account Manager -
Health & Wellness Agency

Your chance to advance your career in a nurturing, fun agency where you'll be exposed to a huge variety of projects, people and stimulation.

• Health & Wellness clients within a caring culture
• Creative, CBD agency without the crazy hours
• Room for growth and NZ’s best healthcare mentors

We're looking for one of two options. The first background option would be a talented advertising or design agency account manager with 2+ years experience who has all aspects of project management sussed and is keen to move to a smaller agency of intelligent, professional folk who like to make a difference.

Or the other background we’d be interested in is a healthcare or pharma sales rep or junior marketer who is keen to move to an agency environment while still being able to use the skills and experience you’ve learnt so far. That includes your excellent attention to detail and the ability to keep a project moving while keeping stakeholders informed.

Whichever your background, it’s important you’re personable, able to communicate well and build strong relationships with people even at the top level. You’re self motivated and self managing. That’s not to say you won’t be taught what’s needed along the way. In fact you’ll be under the wings of NZ’s most experienced Healthcare suits and strategists. But it’s important you have the attitude and motivation to embrace this opportunity and show you’re worth committing significant resources to.

This small specialist healthcare and wellness agency works on the kind of products and services that change the lives of many people and you will definitely get to feel you've made a contribution to this outcome.

It also happens to be New Zealand's most internationally awarded healthcare agency, and you will be encouraged to always look for the creative way of approaching each project and work closely with the creative team to get the best outcome. It's a stable, happy team and your days of ridiculous hours and changing managers will be behind you.

If you’re after a new role that will challenge you positively and keep that grey matter humming, apply now. For questions or a confidential chat, call Jo Bayley on 021 972 054.

Please note this role is only open to those already living in New Zealand and legally entitled to apply for permanent roles.

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