An award-winning digital agency is looking for their newest permanent member of staff – an Account Manager who loves all things digital.
• Great opportunity to learn the latest
• New Ponsonby offices
• Great leading-edge team
This digital agency is after an account manager to add to their growing team. It may also suit a digitally savvy account executive ready to step up or a junior/intermediate digital producer.
The team is a great bunch of professionals who have had a lot of success with digital campaigns, apps and websites, but have also been enjoying success more recently with AR and VR. Key for them is that you have a good understanding of digital as a channel and you’re building your expeirence of managing projects from start to finish. You will also have an understanding of edms, banners, apps, social media etc.
There will be plenty of client liaison, so you'll be a natural communicator who has perfect English skills - both written and verbal. You also have a great eye for detail and know when to push or elevate issues if they're going to affect timelines or outcomes.
It’s important that you have a minimum of two years within a creative agency rather than digital sales. If you have the skills and experience we're after, apply now with your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. For questions or a confidential chat, call Jo Bayley on 021 972 054.
Please note this role is only available to those already living in New Zealand and legally entitled to apply for permanent work.
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Yeah, the use of a montage, loosely drawn together by a VO is super grown-up. And "long-term" is right - Spark were doing them back when they were still called Telecom.
Hey Fleur, so lovely to see a fellow agency leader be positive on this comments forum. Totally agree, it's always great when the good guys (this includes women) rise to the top. Hope all good with you, Dan
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Great choice FCB. Blair is smart, collaborative and a genuinely great guy.
Boring and superficial, masquerading as insightful. Can we please stop making manifesto ads? It's not 1995 anymore.
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