Media Executive

  • Auckland City Fringe - Mount Eden

We believe that the most important career decision people can make is the culture they choose to grow in. At PHD we’re like a big family. One that nurtures talent, harnesses potential and encourages growth. Why is culture so important to us? Because we believe that the agency with the strongest culture delivers the most innovative media product. And that’s what our clients want from us. It’s our passion and nous for the work that we do that saw us named Comms Council Media Agency of the Year 2018.

We are looking for our next Media Executive to join the PHD family.

This would ideally suit someone who has already been in the industry for 6 - 18 months, as you will be hitting the ground running. Working across some great brands, in a really strong (and fun) team, we are looking for someone who has excellent attention to detail, works well as part of a team, takes initiative and has a great attitude. It would be great if you had TV/offline buying and client service experience. In fact, experience in TV buying would be a REAL plus...

The day-to-day will also entail some financial reporting, so an eye for numbers and a passion for spreadsheets won't go astray.

If this sounds like you, we encourage you to apply!

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