Talented Senior Media Planner required for a major Auckland global agency
There is no time like the present; we have a great opportunity for a Senior Media Planner working on an exciting portfolio that will motivate you to be on top of your game.
You will have:
• At least five years’ experience in a media agency
• Some management experience of mentoring junior team members.
• Solid media agency planning experience
• Experience in planning across multiple platforms
• Be able to extract effective consumer insights gained from industry research and agency planning tools.
To fit into this vibrant agency, you will have an energetic bubbly personality that will shine through to both colleagues and clients alike. As well as having good strategic experience, you will also be a natural communicator both written and verbal.
This is a great role working as part of a client team at this smart city-fringe Auckland media agency group. The agency prides itself on its strategic abilities in solving client business issues and developing award-winning solutions. The role encompasses planning across all media, although there is a digital specialist attached to the account group.
The agency is looking for someone who has the ability to be the interface between the client team, digital unit, trading teams and management
Culture and environment is an integral part of this agency’s persona. You will have access to a great support network, as well as opportunities to take your career to the next level.
Don’t delay as this role will not be available for long. Hit the 'Apply via email' button to submit your CV to Ellana and Barry today!
Please note… you must be eligible to work in New Zealand
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