TRACK is one of New Zealand’s leading customer experience agencies and we’re growing fast.
We need a Senior Account Manager with at least four years agency experience to help us deliver the detail and the big thinking our clients expect. If you enjoy working on accounts that require initiative and a proactive approach, this is your opportunity.
You’ll be absolutely customer focused and exceeding expectations is your norm. We need someone with an understanding of digital and direct marketing – you don’t need to be a DM specialist but you’ll need to be able to think strategically and understand where 1 – 1 individualised communication fits with mass advertising.
Working closely with Account Directors and our Client Service Director, you’ll turn a client’s marketing brief into a sound and inspiring creative brief - and have the confidence to sell it brilliantly. You will be responsible for the financial profitability of your projects, as well as the profitability of your accounts with the Account Director. And it goes without saying that you’ll be bright, empathetic, have loads of energy and the ability to get on with everyone.
It’s a big ask, but so are the rewards.
If this sounds like you, then please email your CV and a cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi Alisha, Apologies for the error, thanks for pointing that out. We have corrected it.
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