A Media Sales opportunity bar none!
Top-flight publisher looking for a Media Account Manager to manage agency and direct advertiser relationships in the Auckland market…
You will have a proven track record of achieving exceptional sales results all while maintaining strong relationships with clients. An intimate understanding of all aspects of media from print publishing, to online and social media is not essential, but a passion for these mediums is.
You may already be in media sales looking to challenge yourself towards greater success, or you may be in a media agency, looking to take your planning skills into the media sales area. Relationship building is something you value in your job, this being a critical aspect of the role both internally and externally. Externally you will be working with major blue-chip brand clients and internally you will be collaborating with editorial as you build content strategies across all platforms.
This influential publisher is on the hunt for an Intermediate or Senior Account Manager who possesses a flair for working across top-end luxury product categories. The level of the role is dependent on the chemistry between you and the publisher. Based in the city fringe, you will be part of a small but highly successful team who work closely together to achieve exceptional results for this multimedia platform. They are uniquely positioned in the market with inspiring content that not only is fresh but completely on target for their target audience.
This environment is ripe for enabling your strategic and creative talents to come to life while utilising your excellent people skills with existing and potential clients. They are an organisation that is in growth mode which has enabled this brilliant opportunity to arise, so grasp it while it is here. Roles like this don’t come up every day!
This is a brilliant role for someone with flair and an appetite for a challenge. If this sounds like you, send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting the job reference #5305SP. Give Barry +64 21 984 114 or Ellana +64 21 467 499 a call.
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