Are you an experienced Account Manager to senior level – with a healthy amount of digital & social knowledge?
This role will be working within the wider client service management team and will be responsible for the day-to-day handling of client business and contribute to the high standard of servicing of both existing and new clients.
This role requires a strategic and creative-minded account manager who will deliver an exceptional client experience by having a natural attention to detail and the ability to anticipate and interpret client needs. You will provide your clients with an overall positive experience through your strong strategic thought leadership and project management.
In this role you will work across client presentations and business pitches – partnering with the creative and development teams, you will manage the projects, finances and statement of works, to ensure projects are fully defined.
You will have a strong knowledge and experience across social media planning and management for clients – being an active part of your day to day requirements.
If you are looking for a busy client manager role, where you can combine your digital, social and brand knowledge and experience – send you work to Charlotte Bicknell at The Creative Store Charlotte@thecreativestore.co.nz, or call Charlotte at The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077 for more details.
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Love the new name and the video. Such a cool way to take a frustrating situation and make it into something good. Nice work guys
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Even if I was asked, which I wasn’t, I wouldn’t take the role as its a Sydney job that only an Aussie could succeed at. But I am livid I missed Grit this morning. So you’re half right.
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