P3779 Account/Project Manager

  • Ponsonby, Auckland

Our client is a small boutique creative agency based in central Auckland.

They are currently a team of four, and looking for a capable Account/Project Manager to join their team. They run a fairly unconventional agency model, and this role will be the sole Account/Project Manager, working closely with the Director of the business.

They are eager to find someone who has the ability to think about the big picture and strategic drivers for each project, but also have strong project management skills. You'll need exceptional attention to detail, initiative and the personality to work autonomously and efficiently to deliver exceptional work.

Duties will be varied, and will include everything from input into strategic and creative ideas, through to production, budget/timeline management, plus administration duties and support keeping the agency running smoothly across all areas of the business.

If you have relevant experience from a creative agency environment, please send your CV to carolyn@portfoliorecruitment.co.nz with the reference P3779 Account /Project Manager

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