Account Executive - National Sales

  • Auckland

Looking to work for a business that has a strong social purpose? We are looking for an experienced and dynamic Agency Account Executive based in Auckland keen to take the next step in their career. Are you looking for the next step up from an experienced sales coordination role or junior agency role?

Benefits of working with us include:

*Opportunity to work for a company that truly values diversity and inclusion
*A generous parental leave policy for any employees that are the primary or secondary carer
*Access to an excellent employee assistance programme
*A strong reward & recognition programme
*Medical insurance

Day to day, you'll be responsible for:

*Working closely to support a hard working performance oriented nationwide agency sales team
*Increasing sales effectiveness, capability and competencies
*Hunting out new clients and selling to existing customers on an ongoing basis
*Working to tight deadlines

Stuff is a collection of digital-first products and services that connect Kiwi communities to the stuff that matters, the stuff they love and each other. Proud to be New Zealand's leading media organisation, Stuff connects with 3.2 million Kiwis every month across its platforms, including NZ's largest news site, stuff.co.nz. But Stuff is no longer just a media company and is bringing Kiwis more of what they love with its range of sport, business and lifestyle events, and ventures.

Find out more at: about.stuff.co.nz

Think you can do the job? Then apply now and start your journey with Stuff today.

Stuff embraces all aspects of diversity and inclusion and is committed to creating a workplace which reflects the incredibly diverse customers, audiences and communities we serve.

Disclaimer: Stuff does not accept unsolicited agency resumes. Stuff is not responsible for any fees related to unsolicited resumes.

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