Electric Art is a creative & media agency in central Auckland servicing clients in New Zealand, Australia and the South Pacific.
We are now seeking an extra-ordinary talented person to join our growing team.
This role is for an intermediate Digital Account Manager, who will assist in managing client campaigns & associated ad ops.
You will be enthusiastic to learn fast; wear multiple hats and enjoy thriving in an
Ad ops will be shared with the GM for approx 6 - 8 months as our Head of Media is
on maternity leave.
This time will be spent across social, native, Brightroll and AdTrek (training will be provided).
Upon our Head of Media’s return, your role within the company will then focus on Account Management (servicing existing clients and seeking new business).
Key attributes :
● Create media plans at both a brand & product level to drive awareness and deliver sales
for all clients
● Monitor digital campaign performance
● Analytical skills necessary for monthly reporting
● Manage third party relationships with key stakeholders & publishers
● Strong management & communication skills
● Team player working cohesively within our studio
● Speak fluent English (other languages a bonus)
Desired Experience :
● 1+ years of experience in digital advertising operations with a strong technical mind & understanding of digital media
● Trafficking and managing campaigns
● Proficient in Microsoft Excel and Google Drive office suite
● Understand Google Analytics, specifically around goals and conversions
● Traditional media including bus backs, billboards, radio & TV would be beneficial
If you are interested in joining our company, you think outside the square,
and have a valid Working Visa; please send your resume following the link below.
Totally ... possibly the worst branding I've seen for quite a while. Isn't a brand supposed to be memorable and meaningful?
Basically it means creative agency merges with digital media agency ... and these guys are supposed to be gurus in communication lol
Love the song which i think is why it has so many hits on ytube- people trying to find out who sings it- but the comments section is disabled.
Classic Roy. Really nice.
Great insight. But long, boring, occasionally funny, agency-self-indulgent execution.
Couldn't happen to a nicer agency.
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