Junior Digital Producer

  • Auckland City Fringe

TRACK helps brands grow by transforming how they connect with their customers. We specialise in delivering highly personalised, relevant experiences at the individual customer level. We’re looking for a junior producer to join our growing team.

With a couple of years’ agency experience under your belt, ideally involving digital and social media and an understanding of the design process, you’ll have a “can-do” attitude and be looking for a fresh opportunity to learn and grow. You’ll have outstanding organisational and problem-solving skills and a passion for delivering compelling customer experiences via digital touchpoints. You’ll love great ideas, be technically minded and able to work collaboratively, building relationships across the agency.

Working across our varied client portfolio you’ll be involved in a variety of projects that will ensure you’ll be both challenged and inspired. You’ll be working alongside some of the best talent in our industry, have room to develop and have a bit of fun along the way.

If this sounds like you, please send your CV and a covering letter to opportunities@tracknz.com

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