Account Manager

  • Auckland Central

This well-respected and creatively awarded Indie advertising agency is looking for an Account Manager to join their amazing team.

Are you an ambitious Account Manager looking to take your career to the next level?! If so, look no further as we have a fantastic opportunity for you!

You will have a minimum of 2-3 years’ experience in a similar role, and display high levels of attention to detail, be able to juggle your workload and liaise confidently at all levels. You will be given the chance to "own" a couple of accounts end-to-end, with the support of a senior suit.
You will have a solid understanding of traditional media platforms and be looking to take on more responsibility, broaden your skill-set, and contribute to a great team.

This centrally based leading Indie advertising agency is currently on the look-out for their next suiting-star to jump on board and learn the tools of the trade. An amazing prospect for the right Account Manager, this role will see you working across some great brands with lots of exposure to strong mentors.

If this sounds like you, send your CV to quoting job ref #5188SP, call Andy on +64-21-735 655, or press the "Apply by Email" now.

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