Digital Media 2IC role… top Auckland Media Agency recruiting for a Senior Digital Management position.
A role such as this rarely comes up… management group seniority.
Ideally, you will already be in a senior role in a media agency with 8-10 years ‘hands-on’ experience and ready to step into this 2IC role. You will be a natural leader with the vision required to develop and lead a small, but highly professional team to manage and inspire a varied client base that includes some iconic brand names. And you don’t mind working at the executional coal-face!
Your presentation style will bring digital campaign recommendations into life and your planning rationales will instil client confidence in you as a digital partner in their businesses.
If you have what it takes, this role provides a great opportunity to become a major part of the agency’s digital resource.
This city-fringe Auckland media agency offers a strategic working environment with an opportunity to work on major brands that provide scope for creativity and innovation. The General Manager - Digital will play an integral role in strategising great digital ideas across the agency in conjunction with the planning teams, whilst recognising the role that digital naturally plays across the media channel planning spectrum.
As a senior manager responsible for project management, strategy and implementation, the role encompasses the improvement and maximisation of the agency’s knowledge, skills and abilities in the areas of digital marketing and technology-driven marketing initiatives. The successful applicant will also provide input into the Trading Desk and Performance Media offerings; therefore a broad industry experience across the Digital spectrum is required to be a success in the role.
Act now to secure this great role… Send your CV to email@example.com quoting Ref. #5299SP.
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Please note… you must be eligible to work in the NZ market.
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