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    OK turbo prop then! This Australian-based Outdoor media company specialising in regional airport advertising locations is expanding its New Zealand operations and wish to appoint a North Island Account Manager to manage regional and local advertising clients, along with the opportunity to expand media agency relationships. You will have 5+ years in a B2B sales, account management or similar role, preferably with media sales experience. Ideally, the role will be based in Auckland but consideration will be given to suitable applicants living in the main regional North Island cities serviced by the media company.

    This ‘sole-charge’ role would ideally suit someone who can work remotely from home, reporting directly into the Australian-based Sales Director.

    Travel throughout the North Island is required, along with regular trips to the Australian head office, so ‘being on the road is something you need to enjoy. The role will be supported by well-established internal systems and a committed management team that will ensure that you are well-supported.

    The role comes with an attractive remuneration package including car allowance and expenses.

    Sound like you? The fly into our centrally-situated office for a chat over the Job Description.

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