This is an entry-level Account Executive role. You'll need to have some exposure to working within a creative agency – either some internship experience or work experience. You'll have an understanding of how an agency ticks, processes, and working with clients.
You'll be a curious problem-solver, passionate about creativity, and determined to achieve great results for your clients and your agency.
You'll be a confident communicator, with an excellent level of verbal and written English, and strong attention-to-detail.
You'll have the energy to burn, and ready to work with a fast-paced, exciting, vibrant team.
This role will have you working on a range of agency projects including social, video, eDM, DM, websites, content marketing and other TTL channels. You'll also be working on some top-level brands, including travel, insurance, automotive, and retail.
This agency is medium-sized with a tight-knit team and one of the best cultures around. Their office is located on the Auckland city fringe and has an incredible view! The agency will give you a solid career path, and you'll be mentored by well-experienced seniors.
If you think this sounds like you, please click Apply via Email quoting reference #6008SP. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Preference will be given to applicants entitled to work in (and currently residing in) NZ.
You're shrinking but your grand plan is to leverage your scale. That's why the pay these boys the big bucks, it's a council of great minds.
Why do we need more tourists when most of our best spots are full up with a never ending horde of people - to be honest we need to cap the numbers coming in?
You are a legend Andrew. Go well mate.
Simon, Rogan and team did a tremendous job. I believe the publisher shareholders have made the wrong call. Happy to be proven wrong but expect this will result in more spend going to the duopoly.
Yep. Sold off Ogilvy and Kantar and closed down designworks Wellington.
The big sell off is underway.
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