Shout is on the hunt for someone to support our continued growth in the out of home media channel. We are a bunch of energetic savvy thinkers who have carved our way in the industry through building great and lasting relationships. No two days are the same in our office, we work hard and play hard and absolutely believe in building a supportive and inclusive culture.
As part of the Shout Team you will be a natural sales super star who can prospect and introduce new clients, whilst at the same time maintaining long term client relationships with our house accounts. Our media booking cycle dictates the need for someone who is fast paced and agile and who has the ability to respond to briefs in a timely manner, often involving some creative flair.
You will be working on the direct side of the business which means you are comfortable working with small to medium size businesses.
Managing and achieving sales targets through strategically growing house accounts, plus, just as importantly proactively developing new business opportunities.
The ability to follow process, work at a fast pace and maintain attention to detail, are all paramount.
Manage our client database by ensuring processes are followed.
Ensuring all required reporting is completed on time.
Skills and Experience Required
• Minimum 2 years sales experience in a fast-paced environment (preferably in the advertising/music
• A proven track record in bringing on new customers
• People skills – you will be constantly interacting with clients and colleagues
• A solid knowledge of computer skills e.g Excel, PowerPoint, Google Suite
• A strong attention to detail
• Excellent communication skills – both written and verbal.
• Super central Ponsonby Road location
• We’re a pretty social bunch – hence events with team, agencies and clients are encouraged
• We pay a super competitive package
• Flexible work hours
If you think this is a bit of you, and you have the legal right to work in New Zealand, drop us an email with your CV and a cover letter explaining why you’d be awesome for this role. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check out our website for more info on what we do www.shoutmedia.co.nz
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.
Seems to be bit of a WPP fire sale at the moment.
Well done to you guys. You have all earned it. Welcome back to the world of salary ratios and bad global business at wonderful margins!
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