Account Manager | PR

  • Auckland Central

Your chance to join a growing, exciting Trans-Tasman PR agency!

YOU
You must have at least one year of experience working as either an Account Executive or Account Manager within a New Zealand PR agency.

You'll be working on some big-name local and international brands.

The role will cover media relations, digital, consumer/travel, corporate, B2B, consumer media relations, data, and influencer marketing.

You'll be a curious problem-solver, passionate about working with your clients, and an enthusiastic story-teller.

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 an exciting, vibrant team.

THEM
This agency is 100% independently owned. They know how to look after their staff, and provide an impressive list of staff benefits and training opportunities. Located in the Auckland CBD, close to Britomart trains and buses. Opportunity for career progression and solid mentoring.

US
If you think this sounds like you, please click Apply via Email quoting reference #5980. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Preference will be given to applicants entitled to work in (and currently residing in) NZ.

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