This well-respected and creatively awarded Indie advertising agency is looking for a Senior Account Manager to join their amazing team.
You'll be an ambitious Account Manager or Senior Account Manager who loves handling creative work and is ready to take full day-to-day responsibility of 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 3 to 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 Direct and/or Digital, Telcos, Automotive, or Utilities would be an advantage but not essential.
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
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