NZME are on the hunt for an outstanding Commercial Content Manager! As one of New Zealand’s leading media companies, we are after a superstar who’ll provide seamless, proactive, results driven, content management in our dynamic Branded Content Team. This position would be ideal for a graduate who has a few years’ experience under their belt, and is ready to take the next leap in their career with this opportunity for challenge and growth!
In this position you’ll be dabbling in a bit of everything… from reporting for internal and external stakeholders, general administration, management of commercial content, and of course excellent customer service goes without saying! You’ll be quick off the mark and a go-getter who’s always trying to enhance NZME’s suite of brands to appeal to and increase our audiences while providing exceptional results for our clients.
To excel in this position you’ll need to be clued up about the NZ media market, and in an ideal world you’ll have some previous experience in account management. You’ll need strong organisation skills, exceptional time management & attention to detail and a ‘can do’ attitude! Although this will be a busy role, and the team constantly strives for success, we also like to take time out and have some fun!
In return you’ll get a company who value their biggest asset – their staff through reward & recognition and progression & development. We’re a place you can bring your whole self to work, where we tell it like it is, challenge the status quo, dare to try and love a laugh along the way.
Showcase why you’re our next team member by getting your CV and cover letter to us asap via firstname.lastname@example.org
Maybe pitches are a concentrated example of how inefficient agencies have become? So many influences and opinions involved a whole lot of resource goes up in smoke on a project that could have been done more simply with fewer more ...
After my experience with the Trust as a beneficiary, my conclusion is they only survive because of dead people's money They are so inefficient they can't add two and two together I have spent this last few weeks sorting out ...
Right, so is the plan to stay pitching a single director/film co. on client jobs too? Or shall we just agree to pay them a fair fee to quoting the work? Agencies are reaping what they've sown. Please! This is ...
Sounds good. Though, with a reduction in the average number of agencies per pitch, I hope there are some provisions encouraging testing out smaller or new agencies as well. Look forward to reading.
Perhaps Agencies could employ these same best practice parameters when pitching Directors against each other?
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