Intermediate/Senior Media Planners… the best of both worlds… live and work in Melbourne, planning NZ media… a junior ‘OE’!
You already have between 3-5 years media planning experience in major client business and would love to work in another media market to further your media planning experience.
The beauty of this role is that you would be working on NZ media planning, reporting in to the client in Melbourne. So you will not only be working in the media environment you know, you will be in the exciting Melbourne media agency scene, learning the Aussie way of doing things as well... the best of both worlds!
You will already be in a client-facing role and enjoy establishing client relationships, as the role will entail constant dialogue with an Australian client about the NZ media scene. Presenting on your feet is already second nature to you and your planning rationales are works of art!
You are ready for a big move!
The role on offer is Business Manager NZ – an intermediate-senior planning role depending on the level of candidate.
This Melbourne media agency is part of a global group and is centrally situated between South Melbourne and South Bank. You will be working on a major global client in the FMCG area with iconic global and NZ brands. You will be the NZ media planning ‘go-to’ person in the Melbourne account team and will be working with the NZ-based executional team comprised of trading, tracking and reporting.
The client has transferred marketing and communications planning to Melbourne, so this is a great opportunity, not only to continue your planning experience in the NZ market, but to also learn the Australian media environment. It is a permanent role and could lead to growth opportunities in the longer term in Australia.
If you’re ready for a major move, send your CV to email@example.com quoting job Ref. #5205SP
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