PR Account Director

  • Auckland City Fringe - Grey Lynn


Love brands and creating communication campaigns that are impossible to ignore? Are you able to manage both media and influencers? Do you have great all round PR skills? If so, come join the Mango Auckland team.

We’re looking for a super-star Account Director to manage some high profile global brands.

This role involves directing multi-touchpoint integrated campaigns, including influencer marketing, experiential and media relations. Your excellent people skills will come into play, alongside championing creative strategy, exceptional planning and outstanding contacts.
Mango places huge importance on work-life balance, training and fun. People join for the opportunity to work at one of Auckland’s best consultancies, and stay because of the culture.

To be part of Mango’s dynamic, results-oriented team, you’ll need to have:

• 7+ years PR experience, most of it in consultancy
• Great media and influencer contacts and account management skills
• Excellent experience in developing and implementing strategically sound communications plans
• People skills that secure great internal and external relationships

Mango is one of Australasia’s leading PR, experiential and social media agencies. We have high professional standards and in return you get to work with a stellar bunch of people in a fun environment and produce outstanding work for an enviable client list.

If you would like to apply for this role, please submit your covering letter and CV to

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