Gladeye is looking for a Engagement Lead to join our Webby award-winning digital agency team working with clients from New Zealand to New York.
We’re looking for an Engagement Lead to help us identify opportunities to create value for our clients, their customers, and the world through great digital design and communication.
Engagement Leads are the strategic partner to our clients. They’re smart thinkers and exceptional relationship managers. They’re the front-line representatives of our business, brand and values.
The Engagement Lead role is like a senior Account Service role, but at Gladeye we want you to think more strategically about long term value-creation, not just short-term campaign results.
In this role you’ll:
Your specific skills and experience should include:
At Gladeye you’ll find a diverse group of people from around the world, all of whom share a vision to create exceptional digital work that makes a difference. Our studio in Parnell’s tech valley includes free lunch on Fridays, an emerging tech and VR lab, loads of plants and the opportunity to work with some of this country's best digital talent on a wide variety of projects, from digital storytelling to enterprise applications.
Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa. Please go to Seek to apply now.
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