Our client, a creative communication agency based in the heart of Mount Maunganui are well known and respected leaders in the Bay of Plenty region. This collective of passionate people have an impressive portfolio of full service marketing and creative projects under their belt, produced for their expanding list of clients. This newly developed role encompasses the best of both worlds, elevating the digital offering at a strategic level within their client account management team. Does this sound like your dream job?
You have at least 5 years agency experience as an account manager, with digital being your point of difference.
You get digital, and you love it. You enjoy nothing more than being part of the creative and strategic process to ensure your client's understand how to make digital grow and expand their brand.
You are a savvy business developer, and are motivated by growing both existing and new client business, it is what makes you an awesome addition to the team.
You are a natural leader, who can invoke collaboration with both your clients and your internal team, being part of exciting campaigns that ultimately drive results.
Of course you will ….
Be able to hit the ground running, you thrive on the challenge.
Have a up to the minute understanding of the ever changing world of digital and slightly geeky about it.
Be open to playing a lead role for a number of client portfolios which may include the energy, rural, transport, tourism or building sectors.
Have super attention to detail, and can nail the timelines and budgets.
Be agile in your approach, flexible, organised and confident.
Does the best of both worlds interest you? Then Talent would love to hear from you, so hit the apply button or email email@example.com your cover letter, resume or if you need a private and confidential conversation call Angela, We are Talent 021 938373
So when is this Skill going to launch? I've had Alexa for three weeks now and still no sign of Sky TV.
It's the best one yet. Brilliant story-telling, emotional, nicely made.
Good work. Nice acting, well shot & some.... suspense, not seen that in a NZ TVC for a while. A great watch...
This campaign makes me want to drink less beer...
Well done Steve and team.
I don't work in the beer industry however I do work in FMCG and the global trend towards health and wellbeing is what would of driven this brief. Perhaps the Government had indicated mandatory nutritional labelling and this was a ...
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