Media Sales Account Management position in the Out-of-Home industry… be a part of the fastest growing media channel in NZ.
You are an ambitious media sales talent, having had at least two year's experience at an intermediate level in a media environment and are ready to step up. Or you might be in a media agency and want to stretch yourself by taking on a sales role media owner side… you will need to demonstrate an innate ability to sell back to your peers, but this could be an ideal opportunity to move into media sales.
You ideally will have existing media agency relationships and enjoy the cut and thrust of media negotiations, whilst maintaining and growing your client relationships. You are self-motivated and looking to expand your horizons.
This Auckland-based city fringe Out-of-Home Media Company, part of a major retail group, is in growth mode, being a recent entrant into agency media sales. The group extends into media, experiential, pop-up retail, digital and sponsorship across its retail base. The role is predominantly media agency-based with some direct client contact as well, offering a range of marketing platforms to connect with a large and valuable audience base
An attractive base salary is available plus an incentive-based bonus scheme.
This role is being marketed by 3rdeye Recruitment, a full-service communications recruitment consultancy specialising in media, creative, design, PR digital and creative. Send your CV to email@example.com quoting Ref.5508SP, or simply click on the ‘Apply via Email’.
It's "kooks it", ya kook.
The mistake in the Ad is when he says "kurks it,"which should be "karks it."
Most entertaining ad the warehouse has done in a very long time!
I have to laugh at the "% coverage" comment. "Unfortunately for TV ads, the research found on average that the TV covers only 5 percent of the living room when viewed from a couch – meaning 95 percent of the ...
You can have a special phone number for the books so you know if people dialling that number.
Awesome. Wish my nan did this.
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