Client Service Manager – Digital Marketing Agency

  • Auckland

Intermediate Digital Media Planning role at an Auckland Digital Marketing Agency up-and-comer...

YOU
You may be a Digital Account Manager in a media agency or in a similar role in a digital marketing agency... and ready to knock at the senior level door, ready for the next step up.

You will be able to confidently manage digital performance activity with client brand management across all aspects of the digital pathway. You will ideally have a strong skill-set in SEM and be across programmatic, but importantly you will be confident in guiding your clients through their overall digital performance strategies and provide meaningful input to improving ROI on digital investment.

THEM
This 'no-bullshit' digital marketing agency is turning heads as it continues to make inroads into the Auckland digital communications market. With a recently established and growing Auckland office supported by a strong Wellington operations base, they are looking for a Client Service Manager to provide outstanding client management on behalf of existing and new clients as they are on-boarded.

This role is timed for March-April, so this is the perfect time to review your current situation and step into a new and exciting challenge for 2019.

US
3rdeye specialises in media recruitment with current roles across the media agency and media owner landscape.

If you are looking for an exciting new start to 2019, this is the role for you.

Send your CV to cv@3rdeye.co.nz quoting Ref. #5944SP or apply online by clicking on the “Apply via Email' Tab.

N:B Whilst international candidates are able to apply, preference will be given to candidates who are already eligible to work in NZ

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