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Enjoy a fast-paced client portfolio… great client/agency relationships… and an agency with great processes to speed you along the way? This media agency Account Manager role will see you rising through the ranks, having the exposure of working on an iconic brand with one of the most experienced agency leadership teams in town.

This is an intermediate media planning role with a minimum of 2+ years experience required, ideally in a media agency, but if you are in a planning role at a media owner, your application will be considered as well. This is a client-facing role, so represents a great opportunity to step into a role that will challenge you, but that will also provide a great learning curve to propel you to the next level.

The agency is situated in the city fringe with modern premises, a great working environment and offering a raft of employee benefits on top of the salary.

Race your CV off to us now and jog in for a coffee and a catch-up.

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Who's it for: Meridian by BC&F Dentsu

Why we like it: Meridian probably couldn't do this ad with a woman, because women could easily prioritise this situation in a moment (we don't make the rules!). However, it's great to see a jandal wearing, ice-cream wielding man is so passionate about protecting the environment – a cause we can definitely get behind. A little bit of poetic licence is used here, as it's hard to imagine a plastic bag drifting through the wind (thanks, Katy), waiting for all the obstacles in this man's path. Still, a worthy message.

Who's it for: Lotto NZ by DDB

Why we like it: Bold of Lotto to assume New Zealanders don't enter the game week after week in a misguided attempt at extravagant personal wealth. Bold we say! But, we do get it. Clearly, Lotto NZ has a not-too-shabby upside for society: 100 percent of profits support more than 3000 New Zealand causes. So there is that. To be fair, Lotto has a really nice cross-section of society all in one spot, and it's always lovely to see people helping others, no matter what they're doing it for.

Who's it for: Ford by BBDO New Zealand

Why we like it: Those who keenly follow our top picks for ads will know that here at StopPress we're absolute suckers for when brands use archive footage to track the origin story of their product. We won't tell a lie, that is absolutely our niche. So Ford really hits the nail on the head here. Automakers have the added bonus of their histories generally coinciding with the history of film – ah serendipity! Anyway, this is a great ad – it picks out some of the most iconic moments of the 20th century and makes them relevant to Ford. The only suggestion we would make is maybe a wee gargle for the narrator to sort out that croaky voice, or, at the very least, a lozenge. 

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