Growth Agency… Growth Opportunity… Auckland Media Agency requires a senior client leadership star to be an integral part of the agency’s growth curve…
Already in a senior planning role, you are looking for the next step to continue your career advancement. And given your current level, you enjoy the interaction and relationship-building that is so important with clients at all contact points within the organisation.
Your presentation skills, both written and verbal are second to none and you have a natural ability when it comes to working with and mentoring junior staff.
You will ideally be working on global business in your current role, so know the demands that this places on the agency. You are strategically-focussed and skilled in understanding your clients' businesses and able to distil business problems into effective media strategy solutions seamlessly across both online and offline channels. And given your current level, you enjoy the interaction and relationship-building that is so important with clients at all contact points within the organisation.
This international media agency is in definite growth mode. Being one of the newer brands to the market, it is staffing up to reflect the current and future growth expected. The role on offer is that of Client Leader, a role that will be the equivalent of Business Director or Group Account Director in other agencies. A clear understanding of the roles of paid, owned, earned media in the channel mix is important to the role.
The agency is centrally situated and offers the very best in environment and culture. Being part of a global group, specialist services across digital and trading are second to none. The agency offers an environment that encourages personal growth, both through internal and external training programmes and a benefits package in keeping with the role.
You will know if the role is relevant to you… if you are ready to step up or across, send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting Ref. #5540SP.
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To apply, you must be currently eligible to work in NZ.
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