WOODS has established themselves as regional New Zealand’s leading Brand agencies based in Mt Maunganui. Our talented team of creatives, strategist, designers and writers create award winning work in one of the most exceptional regions in New Zealand.
We seek an individual who is capable of managing and growing an exciting portfolio of client accounts across a range of different industries.
Our ideal team member will be highly organized, have strong communication skills, be self-motivated, driven, and understand brand, marketing and design. A background in Marketing would be helpful.
Key requirements for this role:
You will be responsible for managing and growing existing clients and seeing projects from start to finish. There will also be a sales component to this role.
- Excellent in brief taking and briefing the studio
- Quoting and invoicing
- Managing budgets, documentation and the timely deliver of work
- Making sure daily, weekly and monthly deadlines are met
- Keeping in communication with the client at all times
- Growing sales with existing clients. Seeing new opportunities and always being pro-active
- Reviewing and developing annual plans
Keeping it real:
We like people who like people. Who love smiling, being positive, honest, trustworthy and real. Our clients like that too.
The following are the key traits and characteristics required:
A good sense of humour – we like to laugh
Ability to write creative briefs and brief creative’s/designer’s
Ability to clearly define and develop a marketing plan
Planning and Project management skills a must
Experience in managing budgets and getting the job delivered on time.
Excellent attention to detail
Well organised and be able to prioritise tasks
Self motivated, a ‘can do’ attitude and team player
You will need to have good written communication skills
Ability to follow and implement policies and procedures
A highly professional attitude, professional appearance and demure
Competent in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
If you have what it takes and want to be part of our team and want to be part of creating the future of the Bay of Plenty. Send your CV and a compelling reason why to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.
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