Senior Programmatic Management role at one of Auckland’s best…
This central Auckland-based media agency is looking for a Programmatic Digital Director to lead all aspects of performance display and programmatic media delivery for your clients.
You are a passionate advocate for programmatic media and the wider digital media landscape. You will have at least 7 years ‘hands-on’ digital experience and be ready to step into this exciting role in programmatic specialisation.
Your style is that of a natural collaborator and you are a natural ‘people-person’ able to participate fully as an integral member of the media team, championing the further development and refinement of the programmatic product on behalf of some key clients within the agency.
As a senior programmatic specialist, you will bring strategic leadership, technical ‘know-how’ and an attitude of commercial responsibility in building internal/external relationships and upholding the agency’s commercial values around programmatic trading transparency and responsibility.
The role sits within the digital team of a well-respected global media agency in central Auckland. The successful candidate will be responsible for driving the programmatic and data capabilities for a select group of key clients. This is a great opportunity to secure a role with an agency that is staff-focussed and encourages loyalty
If you are ready to step up and be a key lead in helping grow the agency’s Programmatic product then call us today.
Send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting Ref. #5561SP. Call Barry or Harriet or simply click on the ‘Apply via email’ tab.
Please note… you must be eligible to work in New Zealand
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Not wanted in that agency were you? Cheer up.
Awful. Badly written, terribly made, no idea. I have no idea why you would PR this level of work.
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.
It's good that. …and then there's the D.I.Y. client - who'll cobble it together with a host of bit players from social media mavens to content creators with iPhone Xs (seriously, I listened to a client bang on recently about ...
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