This is a fantastic opportunity with our client, an awarded independent brand and design agency, based in a great Auckland location near all the best cafes and restaurants. They have a fun and collaborative team culture and are passionate about creating and delivering exceptional work across a broad client base.
We are searching for a high-quality Account Manager to join their team. This is an integral role and candidates will need 2 – 3 years’ experience from an agency environment – ideally branding design – or a client side equivalent. You will be experienced and confident enough to manage jobs and clients autonomously, with support from the Account Director. This role is varied, and requires a positive outlook and proactive attitude, as well as a strong work-ethic and attention to detail. The structure is flat, so you’ll be the type of person who is prepared to help with all aspects of client management as well as supporting the team culture.
This is a great opportunity to work with talented individuals and closely with an amazing Account Director who will support and encourage you in your career development. Superb client service is the focus of this role so you’ll need to be confident with the ability to build and maintain excellent client relationships, as well as being an amazing communicator.
If you have relevant and proven experience, please apply here or send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org using the reference Account Manager - P4122
Well NZR don't need to be impartial. There only obligation is getting the best deal possible for their stakeholders. Interesting to hear Steve Tew say this deal was done inside of Skys exclusive negation window, so they didn't even explore ...
Why would you take a 5% share in a clearly dying company unless you know that your product is what allows Sky to hold NZ rugby fans to ransom? How can NZR possibly state that they are impartial next time ...
I find it quite pheasant to watch.
Did I like the ad? Yes Was I vaguely unsettled by it? Also yes. As someone who finds zombies and zombie horror to be very disturbing, the ad does its job a little too well. I can get over it ...
Looking good Aaron! Congrats on the new role.
Great to see an agency growing in WGTN. Well done!
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Why we like it: For us native Kiwis, we like to think our society as forward-thinking and accepting, especially for international students. Education New Zealand has done well to promote that side of us, answering the tough question for brave students tripping it halfway across the world to study.
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