Account Manager - Senior

  • Auckland Central

Are you looking to work with a small central Auckland creative agency? Do you enjoy running a large account autonomously?

Our agency client is looking for a switched on, articulate, excellent with detail – senior level account manager to join their team.

Working on one major account for 80% of your time, you will work across 360 creative solutions for your client. Your experience will be across print and digital, and you will have a great awareness of what your clients’ needs are, being able to pre-empt and be one step ahead.

This is fast turn-around client, where your prior agency experience will be put to good use. Ensuring the studio are producing quality work to the at times, tight deadlines.

Being a smaller agency, you will be quite hands on across several areas, including print production, digital, Edm production (including set up and sending out), and working closely with the designers and developers – writing clear concise briefs.

You will be efficient and enjoy keeping your admin in order, ensuring timesheets are correct, generating invoices and the quotes and billings are accurate.

If you have the advertising or design agency background and looking to work with a fun boutique creative team located in central Auckland, send your CV to Ginnaya Turner at The Creative Store, email Ginnaya@thecreativestore.co.nz or call The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077 to discuss the role further. Reference: Job 2564.

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