Senior client service superstar needed for this vibrant full service agency with clients throughout NZ and Australia….
You will be either an Account Director or Senior Account Director with pedigree Agency experience. This is a permanent role for 30 hours per week to start, with the potential of growing to a 40 hours a week role over six months.
You will have the support of 2 Senior Account Managers and 1 Account Executive who will report in to you.
You will have a self-driven personality and the ability to work independently, without the direct support of the Head of the Agency.
This creative agency is the nexus where artistic endeavour and commercial insight meet. It’s the result of a rare assortment of talented people with an array of skills, perspectives and ideas coming together to produce ground-breaking work. Through images and words they tell stories that capture both a viewer’s imagination, and their attention. And through strategy they turn that into tangible results for their clients – outcomes that drive awareness, change perceptions and impact bottom-lines.
Roles like this don’t come along often, so if you want to be part of this exciting Agency send your CV to email@example.com quoting ref no. 5366SP. Feel free to give Andy +64 21 735 655 or Sarah +64 21 050 2507 a call today!
Absolutely loving it - great job!
This is a reworking of an old English campaign from decades ago where they noted signs of breast-cancer in old masters, right?
Embarrassingly for the industry, this certainly looks like a scam ad. A scam ad in my mind is a piece of work that is instigated by the agency for the primary purpose of winning awards, rather than having a real ...
How is this an actual media story - there's barely a point of view in this piece!
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