Copywriter – Senior Level

  • Auckland

This is a great opportunity to join this inspirational and creative agency at senior level.

You will be an up and coming creative, with a huge passion for creating excellent work to awarding winning standards – yet humble and enjoy the every-day writing required in agency world.

Working across a wide client base of fully integrated campaigns – as a senior you will have the ability to turn your hand to everything that comes your way, be it tv, print, digital, DM, social media, content.

With your prior agency experience – you will totally understand client expectations, deadlines and working across several projects at any one time – always keeping the high level of creative.

You will have the confidence to liaise directly with clients - in presentations, creative workshops and client briefings. You will be able to back your work and also know when to back down.

If you are a senior level enthusiastic and passionate copywriter from an agency background who has demonstrable experience of working on TTL accounts – send your cv and work to Louise Lawton at The Creative Store – email Louise@thecreativestore.co.nz, or call Louise at The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077

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