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You must have at least 3years of experience working as either Account Manager or Senior Account Manager within a network or independent advertising agency. This role reports directly to the Client Service Director who runs this very well-known New Zealand account. This role will involve you looking after the Brand and Retail campaigns
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This role will be working on serval accounts, being able to juggle and prioritise tasks is essential.
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