Media Agency Business Director opportunity…
This is a great opportunity to join one of the best media agencies in town and work on one of the sexiest media accounts around!
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.
If you think digital-first when reviewing your media briefs and are already in a senior planning role in a media agency… this role is for you!
In keeping with the senior level on offer, great client relationships are important to you and your presentation skills, both verbal and oral are silky smooth. You get off on innovative thinking that breaks traditional moulds and you are inspired by inspirational people… there aren’t many of you.
If you think you are one of these… good luck; if you know you are, we want to hear from you!
We want to break the mould with this Business Director role, as the major client you will be working with expects innovative solutions that hinge around the digital world. You will be totally comfortable with offline as part of your integrated channel planning, but digital is what gets you up in the morning.
This Auckland city-fringe global media agency group has a blue-chip media client base and is looking for a Business Director to take day-to-day control of a key client brand-group working with a Group Business Director. The agency encourages collaboration and prides itself on the ability to surround its client base with experienced, senior talent across strategy planning, digital, trading and content/social media disciplines.
This is a senior role critical to the continued health and relationships that exist between agency and client, working in a modern environment at an agency that prides itself on its culture and cooperative working style.
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. Send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting Ref #5589SP or simply hit the ‘Apply via Email’ tab.
Losing Ben is a big loss for the industry. He has shown award winning strategic thinking.
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