Wanted - mid-weight creative with conceptual ability who enjoys working at speed
If you’re a writer or art director with around two years’ ad agency experience who’s up for the challenge of taking what you’ve learned on products and applying them to people, we may have the right opportunity for you.
Organisations have woken up to the fact that people are their most significant brand assets. As a result, there’s now a demand for people with ad agency experience to work with recruitment, HR and media specialists in helping companies attract the right people, and, once recruited, attract them every day by keeping them excited about what they’re doing.
If you have proven conceptual ability, an eye for detail, thrive on fast-turnaround work and are based in Auckland or Wellington, we can offer you daily challenges on national and international clients, and the chance to keep developing as part of a small creative team led by an ECD who’s held senior roles globally for some of the best known multinational ad agencies.
If this sounds like you, send us an email and a link to your work that will convince us that we should talk. No agencies.
Agency Wnk. The cold hard experience of being agencyside provides an understanding that most staffers even C level ad-types have no clue what they're doing.
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