Senior Account Manager - Napier

  • Auckland

Have you been wanting to escape the city for a lifestyle change and still work at a dynamic agency? It is possible, and this could be your perfect opportunity!

YOU
This full time, permanent role is in beautiful, sunny Napier and we are looking for an experienced agency Senior Account Manager (or switched on Account Manager) who is seriously committed to living in the Hawke's Bay.

This agency is an agri-business specialist. You don't have to have had agri-business experience - an affinity to the country lifestyle, the land, and clients with a rural focus will be enough (but previous experience is certainly an advantage).

You'll be a switched-on SAM who has worked in integrated advertising agencies, or design agencies. Agency experience is essential, as is experience working across a range of channels, including digital communication projects.

THEM
This well-established and well-respected agency cares about their staff, clients and community. They are passionate about agri-business and are seen as leaders in this sector. Their work covers farm gate to market.

US
If you are looking for a change of lifestyle, please contact Sarah +64 21 050 2507 or Andy +64 21 735 655, or send your CV to cv@3rdeye.co.nz, quoting job ref: #5122SP.

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