Media Sales Opportunity… with a Media Company going through transition…
Because the role has quite a wide scope, you might be already in media sales, with a set of existing media agency relationships under your belt… or you may be in a media agency working in a strategic sense using data-driven solutions to drive ROI for your clients. A lot of what you will be doing is consumer targeting-based, so experience in developing geo-target audience definitions using Roy Morgan Helix Persona’s, Mosaic, and Nielsen Geo-Tribes etc. will be an advantage.
This major Auckland-based media company is going through exciting change; transitioning from a traditional media approach to a digital and data-based set of market solutions, which are seeing its communications agency business grow rapidly.
They are looking for an experienced Media Sales Account Manager to represent them across creative and media agencies to grow both traditional business and related data-driven opportunities that are driving the company into new and exciting areas. With ownership from a major data provider coupled with its media base, the company is poised to break into new areas of client management by providing services which are ROI and outcome-driven.
The Account Manager role has a wide scope, both from a product supply perspective and the opportunity to grow the agency client base providing a great opportunity to grow, both personally by learning new skills and financially.
Want to know more? Give Barry +64 21 984 114 or Ellana +64 21 467 499 a call to discuss the role. Send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting Vacancy # 5338SP, or simply click on the ‘Apply via Email’ tab.
Important Note: Candidates will only be considered who are eligible to work in NZ.
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Am I right in thinking these clients don't spend this though, this is rate-card? So they may get this value in media but actually pay considerably less.
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And for you to learn about capitalisation.
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Time for everyone's beloved Briscoes lady to brush up on her maori pronunciation.
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