Ready to further your media career? Leading Auckland media agency looking for a Senior Media Planning talent…
You will already be providing outstanding service across your client portfolio through the development and implementation of innovative media strategies on brief.
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. The agency is strategy-focussed, so an ability to source and communicate strong insight development is essential.
You may be currently at an Intermediate Planning/Account Manager level, looking for change and potential advancement. 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.
This forward-thinking agency offers an energetic, team-player environment alongside ongoing personal career development and support for a Media Manager to take day-to-day management of brand portfolio that will both challenging and interesting to work on.
You will report into a Business Director and be responsible for the internal team development of junior account group members. You will be ably supported by strong trading, digital and social resources both within the agency and across the wider corporate group.
This media agency is situated in bright, modern offices right in Auckland’s CBD and offers an attractive set of benefits over and above the basic salary package. The agency is looking for an outstanding individual who can grow into the agency’s management team by demonstrating commitment and potential to grow.
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