Creative Strategy & Business Development opportunity at this leading Auckland Media Group…
You live for the next creative/media brief to showcase your strategic thinking.
You enjoy creating and fostering strong client relationships based on mutual respect and the drive to achieve respective business outcomes.
Your point of difference is your creative mind combined with an ability to strategise to a communications brief and develop bespoke campaign concepts to sell into agencies and direct clients… an agency that isn’t an agency… perfect!
This is a rare opportunity to be the ‘ideas’ person to drive this important and growing aspect of the media company’s business and to increase revenue into new and exciting areas.
The role is that of Strategist… combining ideation with strategy development to major communications briefs. This is the chance to be a key component at this award-winning business development unit within the major Auckland-based publishing company. The unit is tasked with the creation of business solutions that extend beyond the immediate environment of owned media channels, in order to provide customised communications solutions that answer business objectives.
Call it an in-house mini advertising agency; it operates in a similar fashion, developing creative ideas around their media assets on behalf of agency and direct client partners. The thinking goes beyond traditional media solutions into integrated content generation inside and outside of the media channels themselves… including events, sponsorships and other communications opportunities.
Centrally situated in the Auckland CBD, this media market leader is driving integrated solutions across its publishing and digital assets… this is a great opportunity for someone to lead innovation and work with a small team of content integration, implementation and insights people.
3rdeye specialises in media recruitment with current roles across the media agency and media owner landscape.
This role won’t last long… send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting Ref. #57280SP or apply online by clicking on the ‘Apply via Email’ tab.
Give Barry a call on 021 984 114.
Please Note: Applicants will only be considered who are currently eligible to work in NZ.
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