What's the job?
Sitting within our Campaign Operations team, this role is part of a large fulfilment team responsible for implementing and managing advertising campaigns across all of our platforms on-air (TVNZ1, TVNZ2, Duke) and online (OnDemand, 1News Now).
As a Campaign Executive, you'll manage your own portfolio of clients and work closely with our internal Sales and Media Operations teams to get the job done. This involves a variety of responsibilities, from data entry and monitoring campaigns to post-campaign reporting and in doing so, using a range of different software systems.
Is it right for you?
You'll be self-motivated, able to work to deadlines, willing to learn and have a great can-do attitude. Your attention to detail will be impeccable and you'll have a knack for building strong customer and team relationships. If you want to be part of the rapidly changing advertising and media industry, this opportunity is for you!
Are we right for you?
TVNZ is one of New Zealand's best known and most well-loved businesses. Every day we join over 2.2 million kiwis in their lounges, bedrooms, lunchrooms and on whatever gadget they carry around. Whether we're breaking news, following adventures, sharing stories or simply putting smiles on faces, we're all about doing it better, smarter and on more screens than anyone else.
So when is this Skill going to launch? I've had Alexa for three weeks now and still no sign of Sky TV.
It's the best one yet. Brilliant story-telling, emotional, nicely made.
Good work. Nice acting, well shot & some.... suspense, not seen that in a NZ TVC for a while. A great watch...
This campaign makes me want to drink less beer...
Well done Steve and team.
I don't work in the beer industry however I do work in FMCG and the global trend towards health and wellbeing is what would of driven this brief. Perhaps the Government had indicated mandatory nutritional labelling and this was a ...
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