This is an excellent senior level business director role, which will see you working across one of NZ’s largest accounts.
Together with the agency and client teams, this role will deliver integrated consumer focused, insight lead strategies and campaigns.
You will have several years’ experience in digital / data / loyalty marketing, be proficient across the new emerging trends, digital integration and customer engagement.
At senior level you will have strong stakeholder management and leadership skills along with a deep understanding of integrated, data driven and digital marketing. You will champion a customer focused, data driven approach and truly understand the needs of the client.
In addition, you will provide perspective and leadership in the development of the highest possible level of professional performance across all agency disciplines. You will always be looking for new opportunities and better ways to deliver to client and agency objectives.
With your high level of strategic acumen and day to day awareness of deliverables, you will ensure your client management teams are on task, well mentored and ensure clear communications pathways are in play. You will be a strong and capable leader, with business fiscal forecasting experience and the ability to foresee and manage expectations of both the client and agency.
If you can bring with you, your in-depth industry knowledge – planning and strategy for the client through the exciting world of communications, customer experience, technology, data and digital, send your cv to Charlotte Bicknell at The Creative Store Charlotte@thecreativestore.co.nz, or call Charlotte at The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077 for more details.
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Great result for FCB - full credit to them after Colenso's two year run. It was a real clean-up and well deserved. Let's be honest though, there needs to be some big changes to the Effies. On many levels. Maybe ...
Please write a list of the advertising agencies that consider themselves non- creative. I'd like a list so that I can avoid paying them creative fees.
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I don't think Breast Cancer has any trouble with awareness to begin with.
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