What will you be doing?
-Meeting and liaising with clients to discuss, identify and project manage their advertising and marketing requirements
-Working with the agency team to craft advertising campaigns that meet the clients’ brief and budget
-Briefing the creative and media teams on developing recommendations to meet the client briefs
-Acting as a key link between the client and the agency by maintaining regular, day-to-day contact
-Ensuring communication flows effectively between all parties
-Handling budgets, managing campaign costs and assisting with billing to clients
-Monitoring effectiveness of campaigns and writing client reports
-Undertaking various administration tasks associated with running accounts
-Arranging and attending meetings
-Contributing to new business pitches with other members of the agency team
If this sounds like your dream job, then you could be that special person we are looking to join our team. Go to www.gslpromotus.co.nz and get a feel for who we are and what we do - then give us a call and lets talk!
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