Senior Account Manager/Account Director
Here is an opportunity to work alongside the Managing Director. You will champion the experiential offering by helping to generate new business, and by taking experiential campaigns from start to finish. If this sounds like, read on……
You will someone who enjoys working in a smaller rather than a larger agency and is prepared to do what is needed to get the job. Prima donnas and/or big noters will not work well in this energetic “family” oriented environment.
You will have at least 3 to 4 years plus New Zealand agency experience running and executing experiential campaigns, ideally with FMCG. You will be someone who has had experience in events, activations, sampling activities together with having the hands-on experience of getting things done. This role is all about creating the right experiential offering, using all appropriate channels, for your clients.
Your creative brain together with your ability to develop great activation/events ideas will be essential to this experiential marketing role. You will have previous experience is managing a team, albeit one or two people. Your strong understanding of how to amplify experiential campaigns in the digital/social arena will be put to good use in this role.
This agency has some amazing blue-chip clients, which are very well known New Zealand household brands. You will work with dedicated team members in an environment that supports a good work/life balance, with less bureaucracy, big egos and meetings that could exist in some agencies.
Ready to get stuck in and hit the ground running? Please click Apply via Email, or contact Sarah or Andy quoting job reference#5622SP
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