Ready to step up or across? This Media Business Director role at one of Auckland’s leading Media Agency groups may be the step you are looking for…
Titles may differ, but if you are currently at a Media Manager or Account Director level and looking for a fresh challenge, what better location for a fresh start for 2017 than this central city media agency?
You’re at a stage of wanting to move into a new challenge and work in an agency that knows how to create effective media strategies that work across integrated campaign planning in all media including digital and social. The beauty of the role is a client list that offers strategic thinking and campaign development across all media channels.
You will already be providing outstanding service across your client portfolio through the development and implementation of innovative media strategies on brief, on time and on-stage at the Beacons! You will have a strategic focus, be digitally savvy and comfortable in senior client relationships.
Given your level of seniority, you will be a strong written and verbal communicator and if you are at a senior planning stage and looking to take on more responsibility, this is a great opportunity to realise your full potential.
This is a senior role at Business Director level… managing two blue-chip and very media-savvy FMCG clients who reward smart thinking and innovation.
This multi-faceted media agency group has a strong trading and digital structure servicing the group, so you will have all the back-up you need for those award-winning campaigns. The agency is going through a major growth spurt, so is looking to strengthen the account management structure.
This is a great opportunity to become an important part of this busy media agency, which offers an energetic, team-player environment alongside ongoing personal career development and support in modern, purpose-built offices.
This is a role that represents a great opportunity for a senior planner to realise his/her full potential. Please send your CV to email@example.com quoting Ref. #5116SP, or give Barry +64 21 984 114 or Ellana +64 21 467 499 a call.
https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/9962726a564ec243622ac01cab794a9e681cb1563d200181063a4ea4eb3e0565.png Pot calling the kettle Guinness Black.
And after 9 months they finally caught up. Errr is that a good thing.
This article would have been good if it wasn't paid for by the company. Instead it is propaganda. Dilutes the power of the message significantly.
If Bruce Gordon is involved in this company I wouldn't trust him at all. He was one of The Hanover Group that left many pensioners and others broke and then he was the first one to leave. In my opinion ...
Having experience with some of these companies, they actually seem rather underestimated. One of them has a spend of more than double the figure shown above for it. You're right that they arent a true representation, but they're in no ...
Why in gods name are you quoting Nielsen spend figures? They don't even come close to representing actual spends. Divide those numbers by 2 .... or 3 in some cases. Rate card is not a 'thing'. These represent an inflated ...
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