Are you looking to further your career with an Independent Auckland agency that are on a growth trajectory. This is a senior level role within the business sitting at Group Account Director to General Manager level role.
This is a busy agency with a team of 20, who have a wide range of clients including retail, charity, B2B, agriculture and finance. Their projects include TV, Radio, OOH, DM, Loyalty and Digital.
This role is well suited to an 6+ years’ experienced senior level client manager who has worked within a busy agency environment, with the 360 experience across Brand, Direct Marketing, Loyalty and Digital. You will be a digital go-getter and be well known for your client relationships and have a solid local network.
You will be a confident communicator, with a wealth of client management experience; a clear and articulate presenter who enjoys working closely with the creative teams to produce high level work.
Having strategic nous, you will be confident working to a high level, and in conjunction with a planner when required. You will have the Directors’ supported in this role.
If you are looking for your next career step into management - send your CV to Ginnaya Turner at The Creative Store, email Ginnaya@thecreativestore.co.nz, or to discuss this role in further details call The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077. Reference Job 2584.
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