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 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.
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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org quoting Ref. 5470SP
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Well done Steve and team.
I don't work in the beer industry however I do work in FMCG and the global trend towards health and wellbeing is what would of driven this brief. Perhaps the Government had indicated mandatory nutritional labelling and this was a ...
It’s just so cringe worthy and forced and for what? People don’t need nutritional info to want to drink beer? what dim witted marketer came up with this brief?
Congrats Willie. You and Matt in NZ are a formidable leadership team. Well deserved.
The set on this shoot is just plain weird, as is the wardrobe. Bohemian shabby chic squat?!?
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