Account Director

  • Auckland Central

Previous experience in Agency PR? Ready to take the next step in a team of expert communicators, creators and producers? Come and join this PR agency in central Auckland location.

This experienced Account Director role will cover a diverse range of clients, therefore understanding their needs and opportunities is a must. A leading position in the team, developing and acting as a role model for the agency’s future talent. A key component in planning campaigns, nurturing client relationships and taking lead in financial responsibility all while monitoring and reporting on results.

You will have previous client service experience within an agency and proven event management ability. You will be confident in developing and nurturing media relations and your creative flare will aid in social media content creation.

As well as your extensive experience in media relations, project management and social media teamed with your calm, confident and organised personality - you will be an asset to a team filled with enthusiasm and pride. Your understanding of the local and international market will be a benefit to growing new business.

If you would like to work in a positive, busy and vibrant central Auckland Marketing and PR Agency, send your CV to Ginnaya Turner at The Creative Store, email ginnaya@thecreativestore.co.nz or for further information call The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077. Reference Job: 2993.

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