Senior Account Manager

  • Auckland

This well-respected and creatively awarded Indie advertising agency is looking for a Senior Account Manager to join their amazing team.

YOU

You'll be a Senior Account Manager who loves handling creative work and is ready to take full day-to-day responsibility of key clients. This is your chance to “own” a couple of accounts end-to-end with the support, when needed, from the Managing Director.

You’ll have had at least 4 years plus of work experience with at least 2 years of these in an advertising agency. You will be a multi-skilled suit that can handle campaigns across a range of channels, including print/press, radio, OOH, on-line advertising and other digital activity including video.

Previous experience with telcos, automotive, or utilities would be an advantage but not essential.

THEM
Based in the heart of the CBD, this agency prides itself on a great culture and collaborative working environment. It is a very “open” environment that provides a great scope for career development. This agency creates account management superstars and in many cases has longstanding relationships with their clients.

US
If this sounds like you, send your CV to cv@3rdeye.co.nz quoting job ref #5164SP, or call Andy on +64-21-735 655.

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