We are looking for someone to lead digital across a large range of regional clients
Are you a digital native who can lead, direct, produce, strategise key projects in the digital space? And could you be looking for a new challenge outside the big city?
Our client, a communications agency based in Tauranga, are looking for an extremely organised, enthusiastic and energetic digital lead as a new addition to the Client Services team. This new role will be spread across digital account management, strategy and take the overall lead in the digital space for the agency. They will have the ability to grow the existing client base and expand into new markets by utilising their strategic digital marketing knowledge.
This person must have a true passion for digital, enjoy the creative & dev process and be able to push clients to new heights. They will be as much a hands on 'doer' as a broad strategic thinker.
· Take the lead on developing strategies and new digital business for the agency
· Maintain strong ongoing relationships with clients, introducing new digital opportunities accordingly
· Meeting and liaising with clients for briefings, or project feedback and generally, ensure the client's interactions with the agency are enjoyable
· Presenting alongside other agency colleagues
· Manage internal review meetings
· Manage checking and testing of all project work
· 10+ years experience in a senior digital capacity
· A comprehensive understanding of marketing in a digital world including digital advertising and social media channels
· A thorough understanding of or experience in UX is preferred
· Experience in brand strategy and creative processes
· Up to date on the latest processes, digital language and development tools
· Extremely organized
· Proven experience in working within tight deadlines
· Ability to motivate and negotiate with others
· Career driven and confident
· Tertiary (preferred)
Let Penny and The Pond agents help you realise your market value and future career potential. Apply today, or get in touch for more information.
Please only apply if you have a valid NZ work visa.
Did Augusto get hired to shoot something and then go to the client direct, the way they usually do?
That's a much better ad and great to see a NZ agency involved. When compared with National's Election Ad here https://youtu.be/4Mq_Cf_RZvY the striking difference is the music. Labour's is upbeat and buoyant. Unfortunately National's is... well... boring.
It's like they aired an animatic. No prizes for craft.
Mel, what an asset you will make to the team. Such a great next step in your career. All the best. They are lucky to have you.
Nicely put! @Stoppress, put down the wooden spoon!
PolSci 101 graduates are just so cute. Look at the passion in their incoherent rants ♥️
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