Intermediate Project Manager - CRM

  • Auckland

Do you feel like spreading your CRM-wings in one of the biggest and most prestigious advertising agencies in NZ?

YOU:

We are looking for an Intermediate Project Manager with a large amount of CRM experience. You'll be working on one of the largest clients in NZ.

The role will be a mix of project management and account management, so you'll need to be confident managing clients as well as doing the do.

You'll have knowledge of systems and software covering CRM, email marketing, marketing automation, and web analytics. A knowledge of direct marketing would be advantageous.

You'll be confident delivering complex multi-channel consumer and brand campaigns, and juggling requirements in a busy agency environment.

It is preferable that your background includes some agency experience, however if you have been working solely client-side you will still be considered.

You'll be a natural collaborator and enjoy working across teams. You'll have a high energy level, fantastic attention-to-detail, curiosity, and self-motivation.

It is essential that you have a high level of written and spoken English for this role.

THEM:

This is one of the best and most highly-awarded advertising agencies in NZ. They regularly feature in top 10 lists of creative agencies worldwide. They are located on the Auckland CBD fringe.

The agency will give you solid career progression opportunity, and you’ll be mentored by well-experienced seniors.

US:

If you think this sounds like you, please click Apply via Email quoting reference #5564. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Preference will be given to applicants entitled to work in (and currently residing in) NZ.

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