Are you up with the play on the latest developments, trends and a future thinker? This role is with an Auckland based agency, working on some of the most innovative digital campaigns in NZ.
They require a technical leader, who will scope projects, be an ideas generator and a technologist all rolled into one.
You will enjoy and be confident leading and inspiring the internal teams and clients alike, across project plans, concepts and ensuring technical delivery is achieved to the highest standard.
Working across development of site, app, social and mobile technologies you will have a thorough understanding of all and be equipped to prepare technical delivery strategies across all platforms.
You will be the lead of the tech team, showing excellence in web standards, ensuring the in-house team and third parties are all performing. Offering them mentorship and guidance where required and ensuring a positive, collaborative and cohesive team environment.
If you are across the latest technical software and tools, work to best practice and looking to push the creative digital projects that bit further – send your details to Louise Lawton at The Creative Store, email Louise@thecreativestore.co.nz or if you would like further details, call Louise on (09) 365 1077.
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I cannot but agree with you. It's a BIG shame to see that the misinterpretation and misunderstanding of what a solid integrated PR campaign stands for and can deliver still sits in decision-makers & budget-rulers minds. That in the end ...
All good to see and credit to Reid, Trace and Newshub. But it's worth clarifying where recent polls have gone astray because it's not in the sampling methodology, it has arisen from the unusually high levels of turn-out from those ...
A great haul for BBDO again and DDB but what happened to other NZ agencies this time?
That's pretty shocking to be honest.
That Silicon Valley idea? Oddly the exact same idea won a Cannes Bronze Lion only last year. For a memory supplement. Ironic than Cannes seems to have no memory of what constitutes an original idea. http://www.welovead.com/en/works/details/df8weurEl
5 finalist listings as well as a silver for Breast Cancer Screenings. Just thought I would mention it as you fawningly count up every breath Colenso takes. And no, not from DDB. Just someone who finds your fan-boy routine a ...
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