Media Planning opportunity… Senior Planner required for major Auckland global agency.
In a nut-shell, this Senior Account Manager role is made for someone either at an intermediate planning level working on major media clients who is ready to step up, or already at a senior planning level level in a media agency and looking for change.
If you’ve got solid media agency planning and thrive on developing relationships, then this is the role for you! You will have experience in planning across multiple platforms, and be able to extract effective consumer insights gained from industry research and agency planning tools.
You will be a natural communicator and enjoy a team environment in keeping with your outgoing personality and have strong personal and written presentation skills.
This is a great role working as part of a client team at this smart city-fringe Auckland media agency group. The agency prides itself on its strategic abilities in solving client business issues and developing award-winning solutions. The client base is exciting and varied, with
the role encompassing planning across all media, although there is a digital specialist attached to the account group.
The agency is looking for someone who has the ability to be the interface between the client team, digital unit, trading teams and management. You will be the person who delivers the magic touch on a campaign, moving seamlessly between the strategy and trading teams to create something fabulous!
Culture and environment is an integral part of this agency’s persona. You will have access to a great support network, as well as opportunities to take your career to the next level. You will have 5+ years’ media experience, including team management and a have the passion and drive to succeed for your client base.
Great clients… a passionate team… ultra-modern centrally-situated offices… what more could you want?
Don’t delay as this role will not be available for long. Send your CV to email@example.com quoting Ref. 5352SP. Call Barry +64 21 984 114 or Ellana +64 21 467 499 a call or simply click on the ‘Apply via Email’ tab. Please note… you must be eligible to work in New Zealand.
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