Senior Account Manager, Hawke’s Bay

  • Napier-Hastings

Your time in the sun (literally)

If you think having a career in advertising requires you to put up with long commutes, hugely inflated house prices and unpredictable weather, think again. Tracta is a Hawke’s Bay rural communications and marketing agency and we’re looking for a Senior Account Manager to join our team.

You know what a Senior Account Manager does, so let’s make this simple:

• we’re specialists in agribusiness – it’s what we do, it’s what we love
• we work with some of the leading agribusiness brands in New Zealand and Australia, you’ll see them on our website.

Agribusiness is an incredibly diverse sector to work in, full of ingenious people doing amazing things. Our work takes us from farm gate to market.

While we’ve developed considerable depth in this sector, you don’t need to be born in the back blocks of Whangamomona to apply. What we look for is empathy for the industry and a willingness to learn; though agency account management experience is essential.

This is a full time, permanent role with an immediate start for the right candidate. Please note, experience in digital communications is also essential for this position.

So if you want to have your time in the sun, call me – Kurt Sandtmann 027 418 6052 or send your cv and a short covering letter to

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