Client Service Director

  • Auckland City Fringe


This is a unique opportunity to take the reins as Client Service Director of a fast-growing Auckland PR agency.

YOU
You'll be an experienced Senior Account Director ready to step up, or already operating at a CSD level.

You'll need strong agency experience in comms/PR; be able to lead and mentor a team made up of ADs, SAM/AMs, and AEs; and be able to facilitate significant team growth over the next few months.

You will be responsible for leading accounts as a SAD, plus manage client workflow and work in progress to achieve desired results.

You'll ideally be familiar with a wide range of comms, including coprorate and consumer, as well as digital and social; and working with partners and suppliers (contractors, freelancers, production partners, creatives, etc).

THEM
This is your chance to join a growing PR agency (with a digital and integrated twist). You'll work in a great team with a positive work culture on a wide mix of local and multinational clients from a variety of sectors (including technology/innovation, tourism, food and beverage, or infrastructure (property, utilities). City fringe Auckland location.

US
Interested in this amazing opportunity? Contact Sarah or Debbie quoting job ref #5039SP or send you CV to cv@3rdeye.co.nz.

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