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You'll be an experienced agency Account Manager (or Senior Account Manager), used to working on fully-integrated campaigns (both below- and above-the-line, and with media).
You'll work well under pressure, and be able to juggle tasks while still retaining exceptional attention-to-detail in your work.
You'll be a solid relationship-builder, and collaborative with your Wellington-based team and across the wider agency group. You'll absolutely LOVE advertising, be confident and outgoing, and be driven to succeed in your work and career.
NOTE: previous experience working in an advertising agency is essential for this role.
The Wellington office of this agency is a small team with a big heart and doing great work! They are part of a wider network group, and well-resourced with some of the best creatives in the business.
You'll get the opportunity to work with some of New Zealand's most well-known brands (both government and commercial clients), and be mentored by an experienced AD and MD.
If you think this sounds like you, please contact Sarah +64 21 050 2507 or Debbie +64 22 652 5735 today or apply via email quoting reference #5309SP.
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Hasn't it always been that?
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