Have you been hunting for the next step role of a lifetime and would love the opportunity to join one of New Zealand’s most awarded agencies?
This central Auckland agency is as renowned for their company culture and career development as much as their award-winning campaigns.
This is a rare opportunity to join this full-service agency as a Business Lead / Group Account Director on some of their most rewarding accounts. Your business nous and strategic thinking will be fundamental to your success in this role, together with your passion in the industry and the ability to switch focus between long-term strategic outcomes and day-to-day implementation.
You will have a proven track record in building and maintaining mutually beneficial relationships with senior clients and other stakeholders, as well as coaching and leading a team to deliver outstanding work. If you are a motivated individual who has an impressive track record in helping to deliver great creative results for your clients, this could be a dream role.
On a day to day you will have the overall management and performance of your Account Service team, ensuring high level of client service is being delivered throughout, along with taking financial responsibilities for your team, including budgets, margins and profitability.
Working at this senior level, you will be part of the integral pitch teams when required, along with identifying new business prospects and developing relationships.
If you are looking to make the move and would like to have a private and confidential conversation about this role, or would like to apply – send your CV to Ginnaya Turner at The Creative Store, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077 for more details.Reference Job 2485.
Visit The Creative Store website www.thecreativestore.co.nz to view all our jobs online.
In recent memory Kiwibank have been for the most part, somewhat different than the others. This is very same same. As in same as the BNZ. Same as an insurance company. This is good enough, but the same.
It was really rewarding to see all the Graphic judges this year awarding themselves golds. Nice guys!
I understand some of these words
Wow! Congratulations to the whole team.
Hilarious, until the next fatal local shark attack...
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