WOODS is regional New Zealand’s leading and most awarded Brand agency. Based in Mount Maunganui we work with innovative, design-led national and international businesses.
We are looking for a full-time Senior Account Manager to join our team.
You must have at least four years agency experience, be highly organised, diligent, well planned, strategic, excellent communication skills and the confidence to build long-term relationships.
• Understand the role of brand, strategy, creativity, and content in business.
• Understand the modern marketing mix and media channels.
• Understand digital marketing, social media and its role in business.
• Strive to find opportunities to solve business needs.
• Deliver client work on brief, on budget and on time.
• Find problem-solving and digital innovation exciting.
• Understand NZ export markets.
• Write clear and concise creative briefs.
• Drive a creative team to meet client objectives and report on their investment.
• Develop, write and implement digital and traditional marketing planning.
• Grow existing business opportunities.
• Timely and attentive in your response time.
• Self-motivated and driven.
• Highly organised and a strategic thinker.
• Able to follow a process and identify opportunities for improvement.
• Open to change.
• A genuinely nice person.
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Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.
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