Senior Account Director - CRM & integrated

  • Auckland

Are you a dynamic Senior Account Director with a background in CRM or direct marketing? This is your chance to work on one of NZ’s most recognised, blue-chip brands!

YOU
You'll ideally have significant experience working within the DM space and will possess excellent knowledge of highly-targeted, database-driven marketing, consumer insights, and CRM strategies.

You'll be working on a single, high profile account, and it would help if you've worked with any of the following type of clients: telco, banking, high technology, or similar. Alternatively, you could be from a digital/data background, used to dealing with major campaigns for top-tier clients.

The client is a leading brand with a huge customer base, perfect for delivering the very best customer comms. They are collaborative and highly engaged with the agency.

You'll lead CRM, digital, and integrated strategies; challenge your client to innovate with their customer comms; ensure all campaigns resonate with the brand's existing customers; and translate campaign learnings to new strategy.

You will be a confident leader who has proven experience managing senior relationships with clients and internal teams, and delivering creative solutions within a challenging, fast-paced environment. You’ll be a dynamo at building strong internal relationships with your own team, as well as with planners and creatives. You’ll be used to working with direct reports (you'll have four or five) and will bring your collaborative approach to working to this busy team.

And, on top of that, you'll be a super-nice person who your clients and colleagues love to work with!

THEM
This is a truly enviable role for a top suit to join a thriving team based in central Auckland, and be part of a larger international, award-winning group. The culture is vibrant, fun and positive.

US
Interested? Contact Sarah +64 21 050 2507 or Debbie +64 22 652 5735, or send your CV to cv@3rdeye.co.nz quoting job ref 5132SP.

Please note that we receive many responses to our vacancies. We take the time to read and consider all applications, but we are only able to respond to successful applicants.

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