Located in the heart of Auckland city, this full-service agency is looking for a Senior Account Manager join their team.
You may be an experienced Senior Account Manager or an Account Manager ready to step up. Working on a couple of their key clients, including energy and education sectors - you will be a buttoned-down client service professional, super organised, thoroughly process driven with a love of making order out of chaos. Strong stakeholder management is essential, and overseeing a junior, you will have prior team leadership experience, able to guide and develop.
The ideal candidate will have agency experience, including planning, knowledge as well as digital and social experience, however they are happy to look at strong marketing, digital marketing or public relations candidates also. You will be a critical thinker, and due to the fast pace of this client, ability to work well autonomously, think on your feet and hit the ground running is essential.
Our client is looking for a well skilled candidate – and your fun-loving personality will make you the right team fit. A great GAD to learn from and lots of room to grow in this desirable workplace.
If this sounds like the perfect role for you – apply now.
Send your CV and work examples to Ginnaya Turner at The Creative Store, email Ginnaya@thecreativestore.co.nz, or call The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077 for more details. Ref: 23787.
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