- Advertising agency experience required
- Direct marketing experience required
- Large agency, high profile client
Our client is one of NZ’s largest full-service advertising agencies. They are searching for an Account Manager to join their team on one of their largest clients, specifically in the loyalty and customer value management side of the business.
You’ll need a minimum of 2 years’ account management experience from an advertising agency, and ideally some experience with direct marketing. You’ll be the type of person who has an inquisitive nature, and an interest in data and finding insights from it.
You’ll have a great work ethic, excellent communication skills, confidence and a willingness to learn and help across the wider business. You’ll love to be busy, enjoy juggling many tasks, in this fast-paced, deadline driven agency environment.
If you have the relevant experience, please get in touch! Contact email@example.com with the subject P2909 Account Manager or apply here.
Please note that candidates must have the right to work in New Zealand.
lots of actors in it, unlike recruitment
NZTA falls apart with the dated look and delivery. Nothing believable, just advertising. Sorry but more realism, storytelling and believability could have made this standout, but it fails.
want to elaborate on that? did you hate the recruitment ad also?
Another waste of taxpayers' money and police time.
Right on the money as always. Microinfluencers get so much more engagement - and the good ones don't have to pay for fake followers! And I'm with you on Snapchat. You think you look better with a dog's face?!
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