Group Account Director

  • Auckland Central

Are you currently working as an agency Group Account Director, or Client Services Director? We are on the hunt for a top-tier GAD to lead a small client service team.


This is a great role for someone who already has proven senior-level team leadership experience within an integrated agency environment.
You'll be looking after a team of around 4-5 people, and working on some well known and well-respected clients.
To succeed in this role, you will be able to hold senior-level client relationships; wrangle staff, clients, and projects; and do it all with a friendly, engaging, genuine, strong, confident, and positive attitude.
There is opportunity for the role to be either full time, or permanent part-time/flexible hours.
NOTE: You must have previous New Zealand agency experience to be considered for this role and have a current NZ work visa/residency/citizenship.


This award-winning full service integrated independent agency is based near the heart of Auckland’s CBD. It has a relaxed, dog-friendly environment and a fun and close-knit team, and a solid portfolio of high-profile clients.


If you are looking for next career move, this role could be it. Please contact us ASAP!
Vac: 5494SP

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