This is an excellent opportunity for an Account Director to join this highly reputable design agency in a senior role. This agency has a very strong reputation in the New Zealand market, with offices in both Auckland and Wellington.
As a senior client manager you will be able to confidently lead and drive client projects. This is a hands-on role, requiring the day to day project management. Working autonomously, acting as the day to day client liaison on your elected accounts and projects, you will thrive on delivering a high standard of output and delivery.
You will bring with you a high level of experience across traditional design and brand and corporate communications, along with a healthy respect and experience in digital. Assisting with pitching and new business presentations will be required, along with the business development within your client accounts.
Working across 6 clients, including one in Christchurch, monthly local travel will be required. The projects and work are based around corporate comms.
Your project management skills with be second to none, your clients will be kept in communication at all times, along with the internal teams.
If you are looking to work with a great design studio team who are smart, professional and work in a structured and supportive environment, send your CV to Ginnaya Turner at The Creative Store, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077 for more details. Reference Job 2695.
Visit The Creative Store website www.thecreativestore.co.nz to view all our jobs online.
Classic Roy. Really nice.
Great insight. But long, boring, occasionally funny, agency-self-indulgent execution.
Couldn't happen to a nicer agency.
Disagree. But you could say that about True too. True who?
A great hype machine for sure.
Thanks for your comment, Colenso employee. The DB Export ad is decent, you're right. It's also the only decent thing Colenso has done in a looooooong time.
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