Our client is a globally affiliated award-winning central Auckland agency, known for bucking convention and challenging the norms of the industry. They are looking for a Digital Leader/Senior Producer to join their team.
As the Digital Leader/Senior Producer, you will live and breathe digital, staying up to speed with the ever-evolving digital landscape. The ultimate responsibility of digital delivery across all clients is yours to own, and yours to grow, driving this as a profitable business unit. You will be the contact point person for digital projects, and an active contributor to digital strategy.
Leading your team on interactive projects from kick-off to delivery, your project management skills will be world class, scoping, tracking, delivery - always on time, on budget, and on brief.
You will have 6+ years’ in a similar role, with experience across a range of project management tools and software, ideally with an Agile approach. High level design-led digital thinking combined with a commercial sensibility and an ability to put yourself into a clients’ business to best understand their needs, will put you ahead of the pack.
Prior experience with web builds, digital ad production, and data/analytics software is ideal, along with stakeholder management, pitching and negotiation skill.
This is a super opportunity to own and grow one of the best digital departments in town - Send your CV to Ginnaya Turner at The Creative Store, email Ginnaya@thecreativestore.co.nz, or call The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077 for more details. Ref: 21359.
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To be honest, I normally see the comments here as full of agendas and games, but in this case I think everyone would agree. What happened?! Instant Kiwi should be kiwi fun, not tedious yarns from weird NZers...
If you un-earthed hundreds of great stories about how people play, why didn't you tell them? These are dead boring. Tedious. Where's the excitement, the fun attitude, the prize?!
Where's the energy? The fun? Where's one of the hundreds of interesting stories you found? Because this is awful, tedious, lame and boring advertising - people just will not watch. Such a shame to see Instant Kiwi languish with this ...
Celebrating 30 years of Instant Kiwi by sucking all the fun and excitement out of the brand and telling the most tedious story imaginable.
I think that if I hear "Well Simon this is what we knowww" in that ridiculous voice, I might be tempted to do something nasty to my TV....
Lovely work R&R!
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