Media Account Director

  • Auckland Central

Are you a great Media Account Director looking to work in a great media agency environment?

YOU:
You will already be providing outstanding service across your client portfolio through the development and implementation of innovative media strategies; on brief, on time and on-stage at the Beacons!
A strong strategic ability will be a definite advantage to the successful applicant along with experience across integrated campaign planning in all media.
Given your level of seniority, you will be a strong written and verbal communicator and if you are at a senior planning stage and looking to take on more responsibility, this is a great opportunity to realise your full potential. You will have at least 8 years’ experience in media communications and have people management and development experience.

THEM:
This major Auckland city-fringe media agency group is on the hunt for a super-star in the making. This is a great opportunity to become an important part of this busy media agency, which offers an energetic, team-player environment alongside ongoing personal career development and support.

US:
If you want to be part of this vibrant media agency environment, send your CV to cv@3rdeye.co.nz quoting Ref 5040SP, or give Ellana or Barry a call.

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