Media Agency Account Director

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Media Director in the making? This highly effective and awarded fully integrated agency is after a Media Manager to continue to drive the business forward
Senior media planning roles don’t come up at this highly successful Auckland city-fringe media agency… an integral part of a fully integrated communications agency. Continued growth in both new business and from existing clients means that this highly sought-after role has been created.

YOU:

You will need to be at the top of your game as this integrated agency only want the cream of the crop, so if you have 5+ years planning experience, are in a senior planning role and ready to step up and be counted, this is a great opportunity for a rising star.
You will be working across a portfolio of varied clients that will test your planning skill-set, the key to which will be your ability to drive research-based insights into creative communications briefs from CMI, Roy Morgan and bespoke planning and insight tools.
A strong strategic ability will be a definite advantage to the successful applicant along with experience across integrated campaign planning in all media including digital and social. You will be a highly effective communicator both written and oral… and have a thirst to be involved in business development. You have great client relationships and enjoy working towards a business results outcome.

THEM:

This Auckland city fringe integrated agency combines a strong strategic media division driving insights and strategy into an equally strong creative environment… the best of both worlds for a talented media person. The agency is looking to appoint a Media Manager across a range of brand and retail clients reporting into Group Business Directors. The agency has a strong reputation in promoting from within, so you will see a clear pathway to your next step on the ladder. The offices are modern and the culture one of the best in Auckland.

US:

Senior media planning roles don’t come up often at this highly successful agency… nobody leaves!
If you are looking to work in a dynamic media agency environment, please send your CV to cv@3rdeye.co.nz quoting Ref. 5470SP
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