Come join the team at DDB - Business Coordinator wanted

    DDB is arguably New Zealand’s most successful communications agency and most definitely the best Agency to start your career off with.

    This role is working on great brands. You’ll be kept busy, so the
    ability to juggle multiple tasks is essential. You will liaise directly with the client, assisting with their marketing needs, work as part of a fun team and have the opportunity to grow and develop.

    If you have a relevant tertiary qualification, excellent attention to detail and a passion for making a difference, you might be just the person we’re looking for. Ideally you will have 6 – 12 months prior experience in a Business Coordinator (or similar) role but this is not essential. What is essential, is your ability to do whatever needs to be done and having a ‘can do’ attitude.

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