Group Account Director

  • Auckland

Are you a Group Account Director, Business Director, or Senior Account Director looking for an amazing opportunity? Then this Indie agency could be your new home. Potential equity opportunity is also on the table.

You:

You will have a very strong integrated background with particular experience with Service Marketing clients, that could, but not necessarily be, in the financial and/or retail sector. Your integrated approach to solving your client's advertising needs is essential to this role. Proven experience working on campaigns that include the digital aspect is essential to this role together with your passion for great creative.
Leadership and mentoring skills are essential and critical to this role, so you will have a passion for people and the ability to foster excellent internal and external relationships, as you will be a member of the management team.

Them:

Based in Auckland, this truly client-focused agency has some amazing B2B and B2C clients. They understand and deliver amazing work across brand and digital. This role that will see you working alongside like-minded people who have a deep-rooted passion for delivery work that their clients can clearly see value in.

Us:

If you think this sounds like you, please click Apply via Email quoting reference #5492SP.

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