We're New Zealand's largest independent broadcaster, reaching 96% of Kiwis through our extensive portfolio of premium brands across radio, television, digital and live platforms. Our entertainment brands are unrivalled with expert talent, each successfully targeting a different audience and inspiring kiwi audiences every day.
Based in Auckland we are looking for two TV Planners. Reporting into the Head of TV Planning - Direct this is an entry level or graduate position and is responsible for planning effective television buys for existing and new direct advertisers. The role will require you to interact effectively with account manager's and clients, monitor and analyse performance of campaigns, alter campaigns to meet and exceed client expectations and agreed deliverables.
The ideal candidate will be well organised with great time management and administrative skills, have excellent attention to detail, analytical with ability to think outside the square and have the desire to work within a high paced and exciting media industry environment.
What you get back in return is a great environment working on NZ's Hottest TV Channel (Stoppress, 23rd May, 2017), opportunity to work and learn from some very experience sales people who know how to work hard and have fun, fair remuneration and endless opportunity to grow.
If you are interested in applying, please send a cover letter telling us why you should be considered along with your CV by 7th September to Jackiecampbell@mediaworks.co.nz
Just a couple of things worth a mention:
Due to the fast paced nature of MediaWorks, our vacancy close dates may be subject to change, so don't muck around and make sure you apply as soon as possible. Also, MediaWorks operates an in house recruitment model and has formal partnerships with JobMedia, Emergent & Robert Half. We appreciate that you respect our partnerships and refrain from any form of candidate presentation or introduction.
"out of respect for those directly involved".. whilst several staff are in the the South of France..
Not surprising that this is getting a lot of comment given FCB (in my memory) have been fortunate not to have made decisions like this involving so many people before. Let's not forget other agencies make these calls far more ...
As well as the Paper Plus and Volkswagen losses, Noel Leeming have taken work in-house, Mitre 10 have taken work in-house (ironic that they even have both given the two owners compete head-on), and ANZ have moved a chunk of ...
No comment from the FCB CEO about flying to Cannes the day after laying 27 people off from their jobs?
Big chunk of ANZ went to JustOne too.. when senior staff leave, clients usually follow..
I cannot believe any CEO would fly off to Cannes 5 minutes after making 27 people redundant. It doesn't matter how 'important' Cannes seems, this is about the worst signal of how much you value your staff's livelihoods, and the ...
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