P3038 Digital Account Director

  • Auckland - Auckland Central

- Growing digital agency
- Strategic + tactical role
- Vibrant company culture

We’re seeking an exceptional agency Account Director with specialised digital experience.

Our client is a growing digital agency with an impressive client list and global ambitions. They are looking for a Digital Account Director to join their team of creative professionals.

You’ll be the senior partner for clients, ensuring both the quality of relationship and work outputs. You’ll work closely with your clients and the agency team to understand, define and build effective solutions that generate measurable results. This role requires someone who can provide both strategic and tactical leadership for their clients.

The ideal candidate will have a minimum of four years’ experience in client service organisations, preferably on projects with an advertising, brand or technology focus.

You’ll have a confident nature, a strong work ethic and the ability to mentor and support your team. This role requires candidates who have a good understanding of both creative and brand processes, and can manage projects and service clients to a world class standard.

If you tick the boxes, send your CV to carolyn@portfoliorecruitment.co.nz or apply here.

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