Are you a digital media guru looking for an exciting opportunity at one of NZ’s biggest media agencies?
You will have at least 2-3 years’ digital media planning/buying experience. The successful candidate will have a passion for technology and an eye for data, along with a desire to continually innovate and experiment. As a client-facing role you will work with senior team members in providing media planning, implementation and buying services, along with relevant client service deliverables. You will also have the opportunity to work collaboratively with Specialist business units across the company to deliver agreed business results for an exciting portfolio of clients. This agency is looking for a candidate who has proven digital expertise and displays strong analytical skills to demonstrate numerical accuracy within a business environment.
Key requirements for this role include:
Outstanding communication skills and a passion to learn and grow in the digital space.
Excellent attention to detail and the ability to juggle multiple balls at one time.
A strong focus on relationships and the ability to build long-term connections within the agency and with external stakeholders/clients.
This major Auckland city-fringe media agency group is offering you the chance to go along for the digital ride, working in an exciting and vibrant environment that will feed your passion for all-things-digital. This agency prides itself on offering a fun and inclusive environment for all employees and offers a number of exciting social and well-being benefits.
If you want to be part of this vibrant media agency environment, send your CV to email@example.com quoting job Ref. #5639SP or simply click ‘Apply via Email’ link
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