Senior Account Manager

  • Auckland

At Y&R we believe there are two types of people.

There are those who move through the world at a nice, steady pace, content to let life simply happen around them. These people never question anything.

Then there’s the brave.

These select few demand more and are prepared to fight for it. They’re never satisfied with what they have achieved. They’re determined to be better. They’re willing to take risks, and hold themselves accountable. Because the truth is, nobody ever became great without first being brave.

So we’re looking for a Senior Account Manager to join the brave crew here at Y&R Auckland. You’ll need 4 – 5 years’ account management experience, a passion for sports at a local and international level, a love for great work and the desire to take on the big challenges.

If that sounds like you then send your CV to Rochelle.cooper@yr.com

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