Our client is a friendly, collaborative and growing design, digital and creative agency looking for an articulate, confident account manager to join their growing team.
With 2+ years’ experience in an agency environment, you will thrive in this busy role working across a number of accounts, along with small exciting one-off projects. You will have experience across areas such as brand identity, retail campaigns, digital communication, along with an understanding of national advertising campaigns - including support in coordination and financial management.
You will ensure that clients’ expectations are met with a ‘can do’ attitude, while building relationships with them and other key stakeholders.
You will have excellent communication and client management skills along with outstanding project management, timelines and attention to detail. Solution focused and strategic, you will thrive in a fast-paced role. Your professionalism and passion for the creative industry will shine through and your dedication to the job will ensure success.
The role offers high levels of responsibility; if you are a real go-getter, and want to fast track your career - send your CV to Ginnaya Turner at The Creative Store, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077 for more details. Reference: Job 2731.
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Losing Ben is a big loss for the industry. He has shown award winning strategic thinking.
The numbers, in general, seem a little odd here. For example, "The research found in an average second, TV commands 58 percent attention..." What does 58% attention mean? How was it measured? Surely any units used in a measurement of ...
It's "kooks it", ya kook.
The mistake in the Ad is when he says "kurks it,"which should be "karks it."
Most entertaining ad the warehouse has done in a very long time!
I have to laugh at the "% coverage" comment. "Unfortunately for TV ads, the research found on average that the TV covers only 5 percent of the living room when viewed from a couch – meaning 95 percent of the ...
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