Senior Account Manager

  • Auckland

Here is the role that you have been waiting for. Offering you the opportunity to step-up, it's a role offering room to grow within the role itself.

YOU

Reporting to the Senior Account Director, (who has a proven record of being an amazing mentor) you will be responsible for two of your own clients with the support of an Account Executive. You will also be working closely with the Senior Account Director on two more accounts.

Working on a mix of branded retail accounts, you'll love the fast-paced nature of retail, be able to pump the work through the agency, and have at least 3+ years’ agency experience with the confidence to execute campaigns on both online & offline channels including TVCs, mailers and digital components.

THEM

This mid-sized city-fringe agency is looking for someone who loves working with medium-sized retail clients, is able to think strategically, has solid business-sense, and builds excellent working relationships with clients and agency team.

US

Don’t miss the chance to advance your career! Send your CV to cv@3rdeye.co.nz quoting Ref: 5030, or feel free to give Debbie or Andy a call on +64-9-966 1852.

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