Client Partner

  • Auckland Central

Our client is a globally affiliated digital creative agency looking for a Client Partner with an entrepreneurial approach and a strong commercial focus to join their team, based in the Auckland central city office.

Working on some of the largest accounts in the country, you will have 6+ years’ experience, ideally in an integrated agency, and will have the digital / technical nouse to talk the talk and instil your clients with confidence – and are assured that they are working with experts in their field.

Overseeing and working strategically to grow the clients, this role will manage an Account Director on a day to day, ensuring integrated campaign management, site builds, in-depth media planning and stakeholder management are all running smoothly.
Working with a team of 25, and reporting directly to the Managing Director, you will be a natural leader and can contribute positively to the team culture with your can-do attitude.

If you are ready to step up and join a smart digital agency, who are part of a highly regarded global network, send your CV to Ginnaya Turner at The Creative Store, email ginnaya@thecreativestore.co.nz or for further information call The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077. Reference Job: 2998.

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