Would you like to join one of NZ’s largest leading digital agencies, who are forging ahead with latest technologies? Our client is an award winning - leading cross-platform media production company, covering digital design, software development, mobile applications, content and activation.
Working with a busy team of 50, you will be the agency day to day client contact across a selection of clients and privy to a wide variety of projects.
This role is responsible for maintaining great client relationships, where you will professionally guide the client through the delivery of digital projects. Managing projects from initial brief through to completion, you will always ensure projects are delivered to the best possible quality. You will be highly competent across project scoping of budgets and timelines.
You will be able to demonstrate your high-level initiative and ability to problem solve and develop sound solutions. Being technically proficient and current with the digital / tech space, you will be confident communicating, whether dealing with clients, technical directors or developers. This role will however will have the support of the digital producer, technical director to support you.
Multi-tasking, prioritising and being proactive will be some of your leading skills. You will be highly motivated and be able to work autonomously in a smart manner, demonstrating a clear understanding of the digital production process and excellent client management skills.
This role will also work across experiential, event and activation - experience would be beneficially, however not necessary. Most important is your positive, can-do attitude and happy personality .
If you can enjoy developing strong client relationships, love digital and looking to work in a fun, busy and technically advanced agency, send your cv and details to Charlotte Bicknell at The Creative Store, email Charlotte@thecreativestore.co.nz, or call Charlotte at The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077 for more details.
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It would have been more entertaining to just read a press release to camera.
It's interesting how printed newspapers aren't dead either, fill your boots. The thing I wonder about is the measure of marketing effectiveness and I guess that depends on who you're targeting. For example, generally a company share price reflects a ...
A fuck's a fuck
I thought I was reasonably well informed..... sadly not. Great story. Just show that we should rely on the data rather than assumption, intuition, personal habits or fashion as a jumping off point when planning
a LOT of change for this agency. team in disarray running around not knowing what to do. This industry has a short memory, Tom and Lee much ?
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