Opportunity for a senior client service superstar to be a part of this Auckland digital performance marketing agency’s growth plan.
You see yourself as a digital all-rounder with experience across display, paid and organic search, Facebook, YouTube and social communications. Though you don't need to have worked as a developer, deep technical knowledge is important.
You'll be great at establishing solid client relationships, collaborating and guiding your clients, and providing strong digital strategy.
You'll be able to talk confidently at client meetings, to provide reassurance and confidence that your strategic suggestions will lead to the required business outcomes.
A thorough knowledge of digital performance is essential across optimisation and organic performance, so a strong background in search SEM/SEO is essential. But more than that, the ability to turn metrics into actionable outcomes is the key to success in this role.
This Wellington-based digital marketing agency is looking to appoint a Senior Account Director in Auckland whose major focus will be to foster and grow the client base as it extends its offering to the Auckland market. The agency has developed a specific strategy designed to focus on client ROI, therefore the successful applicant will need to be able to identify business opportunities through building high quality, value-based relationships and be obsessed with delivering the highest value, quality service.
The agency has major growth ambitions for its continued move into the Auckland market, so to be a part of this growth is an exciting opportunity.
If you want to be part of this dynamic agency’s growth, send your CV to email@example.com quoting Ref. 5369SP. Give Barry (+64 21 984 114) or Andy (+64 21 735 655 ) a call.
Wow we need this.
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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