Located in the heart of Auckland city, our client is a full-service agency with an impressive stable of client and a big vision to work towards. They are looking for a General Manager to lead their team to the next level.
You might have experience in a similar role or be a client service director ready to take a step up. Either way, prior experience in an integrated agency is essential. Digital experience is desirable but not a deal breaker.
You will have proven leadership skills, and a passion for guiding and developing a world class team. You client service experience will be second to none, with a strategic steer on clients needs.
Alongside the Creative Director, reporting into the Managing Director, the day to day requirements of this agency will be yours to mould.
This is your opportunity to make your mark on a globally focused business.
Sound like the perfect career move?
Send your CV and work examples 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: 22895
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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....
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