The Best Consumer PR AD Role in Town!

  • Auckland

Account Director - Consumer PR - Top Integrated Ad Agency Oppportunity

If you are after a unique, exciting and rewarding Account Director opportunity then they don't come any better than this. Our client is an agency who is famous world-wide for their creativity; they don't only win more awards than anyone else but also have some of the most innovative and clever thinkers in the industry, which is reflected by their client list and reputation around the globe.

We are looking for a Consumer focused PR Account Director to join their growing and hugely successful PR team. You would be working closely with the head of PR in an almost 2IC capacity and have the support of AM's and AE's. As well as working alongside an outstanding activation and experiential team you would be working with people in the wider agency on integrated campaigns and have access to some of the best creatives in the world.

This role will be working on incredible brands that present interesting and varied projects and amazing creative opportunities. We are looking for someone who wants to take ownership and step-up, who has outstanding client service skills, is collaborative and smart, a great writer with strong media relationships and who is ambitious to keep growing.

To discuss further, please email Caroline Lynch at clynch@metrorecruit.co.nz

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