Media Agency Business Director opportunity in Wellington to work on one of NZ’s most important and innovative clients…
This is a maternity leave cover, but will be a permanent appointment…
Working on great brands is what gets you up on Monday morning; enthused and passionate about making a difference. You thrive on strategic thinking and are ready to step up or across into this senior media strategy planning role. Strong client relationship-building is part of your media DNA as is your ability to pull a team together and work collaboratively to produce award-winning work… on time, on budget and on-stage at the Beacons and Effies!
You get off on clients that demand excellence and who allow your innate planning skills to come the fore. You are already at a senior planning level but crave more variety and are seeking an environment that will allow you to grow into the senior management team sooner rather than later.
You are good on your feet in a presentation environment and enjoy developing insight-led strategic planning rationales that answer the client brief. You aren’t afraid of ROI challenges and enjoy working closely with your client base to understand the role of communications in the marketing plan. You need to be digitally-led, but you’re smart enough to already know that you need these skills.
This centrally-located Wellington office of a global media agency group is looking for a Business Director to initially undertake a maternity cover role working with the agency’s largest client.
This is a seriously senior role critical to the continued health and relationships that exist between the agency and client, working in a modern environment at an agency that prides itself on its culture and cooperative working style. In keeping with the seniority of the role, to make sure of securing the right person for the job, the position will be a permanent deployment.
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. You will be working on some of the best brands in the market with some of the best people in town.
If you wish to be part of a winning team environment, make the change you have always wanted. Send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting Ref #5380SP. Give Barry +64 21 984 114 or Ellana +64 21 467 499 a call.
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How is this an actual media story - there's barely a point of view in this piece!
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