ADVERTISING AGENCY COORDINATOR – Come on, get Pumpt!
Superb client list
Professional + fun team
Forward thinking dynamic organisation
Due to an internal promotion here is a fantastic opportunity to be part of an integrated advertising solution agency.
Our mission is to ‘get business pumping.’ Founded in 2003, we have provided some of New Zealand’s leading retailers an array of fully integrated advertising and production solutions, along with some of our own media and publishing platforms.
Our team of 15 are energetic – we require a “go getter” to jump on board in the administration and client servicing space. There is an opportunity for you to really take ownership of this role and develop it exponentially. We have a great company culture built around strong values.
Pumpt is looking for an ambitious and talented Account Coordinator to join our dynamic North Shore team. We need someone who can multitask in the true sense of the term, is a team player and can take ownership of supporting the Account Management team and add value, inspire, and challenge. We need someone who has worked in the advertising/media arena so understands deadlines and can handle the pressure that comes with this. No melt downs allowed - we need cool, calm and collected and someone who just gets stuff done and owns it!
You will need to be self-driven, results orientated and a natural planner. You must be confident and enjoy working with a team of vibrant passionate people.
Your role will be to help us manage our impressive (and ever expanding) client list, and is key to the success of the business. Your ability to build and maintain strong working relationships across the organisation and with suppliers is vital. You’ll be working on some of New Zealand’s largest retail accounts, helping in the execution of integrated marketing and print campaigns.
Desirable attributes include:
• Energy and a ‘can-do’ attitude
• Must have worked in the advertising industry or similar
• A tertiary qualification is an advantage, but not a requirement
• Outstanding eagle eye for attention to detail
• Willingness to learn
• Must have experience in a similar role
• A high level of organisational skills
• Excellent communication skills
• A high standard of personal presentation
• Team spirit and the ability to work autonomously
Excellent computer skills are mandatory, as is strong numeracy and general literacy skills. A clean driver’s license is also required.
If this sounds like you then please start by emailing your CV which must include a cover letter to our General Manager, Lisa Hay on email@example.com.
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