Wellington Sales opportunity to work in the fastest growing media channel in NZ... Outdoor Advertising
You are an established sales professional, ideally already in media sales or in a related sales environment. You may be in TV, Digital, Radio or Print and are ready to expand your horizons into the fastest-growing media channel in NZ.
Experience in both agency account management and direct client sales will be an advantage and obviously, if you are already working in an Outdoor media environment, we want to hear from you.
This national Billboard and Bus advertising operator is growing its sales base rapidly and is looking to appoint a motivated Media Sales Executive to drive revenue through advertising/media agencies and direct advertising clients in Wellington and surrounding regional markets. You will have responsibility for maintaining and building client relationships and driving revenue growth, reporting to the Auckland-based General Manager.
This outdoor media company has recently formed a joint business venture with NZ's largest integrated media group... this role will be located in their Wellington premises.
Whilst consideration will be given to applicants outside the media sales environment, preference will be given to those with media industry sales experience.
An attractive remuneration package is on offer with opportunities to gain further financial rewards by exceeding budgets and personal KPI's.
3rdeye Recruitment specialises in the communications industry operating across Media, Creative, Brand, PR agencies and Media Owners.
If this role sounds like you, send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting Ref. 5838SP or apply directly via the 'Apply via Email' tab.
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