- Strategic brand & design agency
- Agency experience required
- Senior SAM or junior AD
Our client is a growing strategic brand and design agency based in the heart of Auckland city.
We’re on the hunt for an exceptional Account Director (or perhaps a Senior Account Manager at the more senior end) to join their team.
You’ll be an experienced client service superstar from an agency environment, with a strategic mind. Client challenges are often complex, so you’ll need the ability to piece together all the pieces and read between the lines to get to the core of the problem.
Exceptional client service skills are required, including the ability to develop clear creative briefs and written proposals; sound financial acumen and the ability to manage client budgets effectively; exceptional project management skills to ensure work is delivered to the highest quality; and the ability to develop genuine client relationships to become a highly valued part of both the agency and client businesses.
If you’re the exceptional candidate I’m looking for, please get in touch…. firstname.lastname@example.org with the reference number P3464.
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