If you are a Senior Strategist getting reading to step up into a Head of Strategy role, then this role could be your next move.
You will have at least 5 years’ experience in a Senior Strategist role and be totally confrontable leading engagements with the “c” suite. You must feel comfortable working at a consultant level leading engagements across marketing, communications, brands, digital and social strategies for your clients.
You will have excellent team leadership and an innate analytical ability to enable continued optimisation of a brands customer journeys and communications for maximum customer satisfaction with a focus on delivery.
Having run client workshops for brand, marketing and creative projects, you will strive to delivery strategies that are award-winning while providing the creative solution that stimulates your client’s business.
Essentially the focus of the role is digital but your ability to plan across all touch points and channels will allow you to deliver effective communications solutions to meet our clients business needs.
This creative award-winning advertising agency truly values their people. They have some of New Zealand’s most prestigious and well know companies as clients. With a proven record of growth this agency offers one of the most encouraging environments for learning and achieving your potential.
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This is great, and the humour is back. Nicely written and made.
It must be hard living with that level of cynicism 'real person' (I note your comments all have a similar flavour). How about trying to find and comment on something positively, or maybe even offer up a stunning piece of ...
Champaign? Is that a clever play on a celebrated campaign or simple more sloppy spelling?
That's the spirit guys. Just keep pandering. Pat each other on the back, tell the client you really helped bring a tired old brand into lives of real people in an authentic and relevant way. A way which liken the ...
From a former co-worker who started off with you as a TV Grunt eons ago - well done Grazza!
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