Senior Account Director, Wellington

  • Wellington

Our client is a leading multinational agency with a small but strong Wellington office. After several new business wins they are looking for another key staff member.

The ideal candidate, as well as having traditional skills will have a strong digital background, including E-commerce, multiplatform content communication and a good understanding of marketing technology. They will be proficient in brand strategy across all media platforms.

A proven track record in business development is important as well as a great sense of humour and the ability to work collaboratively with the team.

General responsibilities include:

• Overall growth and development of accounts in the group.
• Maintaining a high level of performance by the account teams and other agency personnel, as needed.
• Being sufficiently informed and personally involved, ensuring sound planning, good service and a solid client/agency relationship.
• Following agency policies and procedures.
• The timely development and execution of plans, campaigns, and projects to ensure client campaign objectives are met and Agency earnings, growth, and profit goals are achieved.
• Provides account team leadership, and convey the specific requirements for multi-functional support from local team and the Auckland office.
• Plans, develops, and defends budget recommendations, work goals, measurements, and training requirements necessary to provide quality service to Clients.
• Assigns duties, goals, and supervises the account service staff.
• Maintains open and complete communications of Client issues with functional leaders and management.
• Provides leadership/motivation and conveys the vision and values of the Agency to the team .

All enquiries please contact Cindy Mitchener.

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