Key Senior Media Management role at Auckland Media Agency…
This is your opportunity to step up or across to this exciting media agency lead vacancy.
You will inherently know if you’re ready for this, as the role will sort the men/women from the boys/girls! You will have done the hard-yards at the coal-face in days gone by and are now at a level where your skills are being utilised in motivating and mentoring staff to do great work. You thrive on developing and maintaining senior client management relationships and having financial responsibility for the profitability of your accounts. You enjoy the pressure and exhilaration of the challenges of new business and want to make your mark by continuing to build the agency’s profile and establish a clear and differentiated positioning for the agency in conjunction with the Group CEO.
This globally aligned media agency is part of a communications group that offers a clearly differentiated position within the market. The title is open to the right candidate... Director of Client Service... General Manager... call yourself what you will!
The role reports into the Group CEO and is responsible for:
The agency product and profile – positioning, planning outputs, senior client and media owner relationships, industry recognition and awards Team Leadership – structure, training & development, a performance focused culture Financials – revenue/cost centre management, contract negotiation, network reporting in conjunction with the CEO. Partner relationship management with creative agency partners and regional agency management
If you’re not at the top of your game, the role won’t be the right fit for you. The role offers scope for someone up-and-coming who could grow into a managing director role in a short space of time. The agency is centrally located in Auckland with a great working environment and culture. This is a great opportunity for someone to make a mark in the industry and to be part of a strong global media group with its associated opportunities.
If you have what it takes to step into this senior media agency management role, you’ll need to convince us first that you’ve got the goods.............send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting job reference #5265SP. Call Barry +64 21 984 114, Andy +64 21 735 655 or Ellana +64 21 467 499 to discuss and receive the Position Description.
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