Media Planners… ambitious? Wanting to step up and work in a great Media Agency environment?
You have 3+ years' solid media planning & buying behind you at an Account Manager level in your current agency and are ready for the next step… sounds like you? You are hungry to work on some great clients at a market-leading agency; if this is the case, we have the role for you.
You will already be familiar with the industry media planning and trading tools and using Nielsen CMI in your day-to-day planning activities.
This is a client-facing role so it is an opportunity to develop great relationships as you expand your involvement in the planning process. But the key ingredient is passion for the industry and a desire to progress your media career.
This city-fringe Auckland media agency group wants to appoint two Media Account Managers to work on one of the largest blue-chip accounts in NZ. The agency will consider someone at a more senior (Senior Account Manager) planner level as well.
In both of these roles, you will be the main day-to-day contact for clients and manage campaigns from briefing through to Implementation and across all channels.
The agency has a great working culture and environment plus a supportive senior team structure. If you are looking to immerse yourself into a media-savvy client base, the opportunity for growth and mentoring is readily available.
3rdeye specialises in media recruitment with current roles across the media agency and media owner landscape.
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Please note... you must be a NZ resident or otherwise eligible to work in NZ to apply for these roles.
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