Award-winning Media Agency looking for an Ambitious Account Director….
Titles may differ, but if you are currently a Senior Media Planner, Media Manager or Account Director; have a strategic focus and are comfortable with senior client relationships, then this role is right for you… the title is over to you!
The successful applicant will have at least 4-5 years’ experience in a media agency and have proven experience in planning integrated media campaigns across all media including digital. A strategic slant will be a definite advantage to the successful applicant along with high energy and a passion for the business. Ideally, you will have a creative approach to your media planning and be an expert at big picture thinking to deliver innovative results. As the title suggests they are also responsible for managing their team and are a key player in managing the relationship with the client
Given your level of seniority, you will be a strong written and verbal communicator and enjoy working in a busy team environment. If you are at a senior planning stage and are looking to take on more responsibility, this is a great opportunity to realise your full potential working on a top portfolio of the industry’s most desirable blue-chip accounts.
This city-fringe Auckland media agency is best in class… here is a great opportunity to become an important part of this busy media agency, which offers an energetic, team-player environment alongside ongoing personal career development and support.
This role is being marketed by 3rdeye Recruitment… a full-service communications recruitment consultancy specialising in media, design, PR, digital and creative.
If this sounds like you send your CV to email@example.com quoting Ref 5679SP or give Harriet or Barry a call or simply click Apply via Email.
Please note that you must be eligible to work and live in New Zealand
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