Our agency justONE is growing and we are looking for our next star Account Manager with chops who’s looking to progress into a Senior Account Manager role.
You will be responsible for delivering marketing campaigns for some very high profile New Zealand brands. You'll also support your tight team of 4 and be the key point of contact for your clients.
Experience with DM or Retail is desirable but not essential. What we are looking for is proven success working on sizeable accounts and a pride in what you do.
You’ll be joining an established team of experts who consistently win a swag of awards every year. By proxy you’ll be in a prime position to also work on awarded campaigns. In the NZDM awards held earlier this year we picked up Winner 2016 NZ DM Awards ¬ Supreme Nexus, 6 Gold, 6 Silver and 6 Bronze awards.
With all these awards you’d assume we work extreme hours but that’s not the case. We work smart, and hard when required. We’ve managed to become highly awarded without big egos and we hire people who share our collaborative and team-minded work ethic.
We are specialists not generalists – so everything we do, we do to the highest level.
What makes this role unique?
You will work closely with creative, production and external suppliers to deliver world-class work across a variety of media, predominantly direct mail, email, digital, content and print.
Because we are a boutique sized agency you get to do more as a suit and learn more in the process. You’ll be able to write your own creative briefs, and have full control over your jobs. You’ll get loads of variation within your role and have less layers of agency process to navigate through.
Also, if you spot an opportunity that you think justONE or your client could pursue we will back you to do that. Our team are empowered to make change and encouraged to think outside of the box.
What is the opportunity?
It’s a chance for someone with the right attitude and initiative learn a great deal in a short amount of time. Faster than any other agency doing this type of work in NZ - if not Australasia because of the access to the big thinkers and big brands.
If you are focussed, savvy and excel in the role you could progress into an Account Director role over time. We enjoy watching others succeed and support our staff to be the best they can be.
Desired Skills and experience
• 3 years+ relevant experience
• Strong client relationship skills and communication
• Exceptional organizational skills
• Proactive mindset and focused on solutions
• 100% attention to detail – nothing gets past you!
• A natural passion and curiosity for advertising that elicits a response
• Project management: budgets, timelines, brief writing and stakeholder management
Rooftop BBQ’s, you are eligible to buy shares in Clemenger Group after 1 year, monthly social events (justONE) and Clemenger Group events.
We support Big Buddy, a mentoring programme for fatherless boys.
Tell me about this agency…
justONE is Clemenger groups' specialist Loyalty and CRM agency. We are also the #1 and most awarded direct agency in New Zealand.
Our team have developed some of the most recognised direct marketing pieces in the world winning Cannes Lions, USDMA Echo’s, Caples as well as the NZDM Awards.
In the DM awards held earlier this year we picked up Winner 2016 NZ DM Awards ¬ Supreme Nexus, 6 Gold, 6 Silver and 6 Bronze awards.
We use creativity, strategy, technology, insights, data and planning to be the best. We eagerly embrace new innovations and technologies that allow creative ideas to be more effective and have better reach.
We’re known for Loyalty, DM and Digital, but are increasingly working on integrated solutions for a number of clients across building, FMCG and utilities.
As an agency we are curious, inventive, insightful, effective and collaborative and these are the key traits we look for in our staff.
We’re part of Clemenger Group – New Zealand's largest and most successful group of advertising creative communication companies. 26% of the shares are owned by staff and we are 100% locally managed. We are also in the BBDO network which is the world’s most effective creative network (290 offices - 90 countries - 17,000+ staff). This means you’ll be part of a highly regarded global network, that has local focus and truly values their staff.
If you’d like to join the team at justONE please submit your application online.
Please note: all applicants must have valid rights to work in New Zealand.
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