Strategically-driven Media Agency looking for a Client Lead… take ownership of this key client relationship.
A brilliant opportunity awaits a Client Lead to work on this Media Agency’s major account. We are looking for an inspiring leader who is confident operating with autonomy, motivating others, and bringing people together to make change happen. Part business lead, part strategist, part client confidante, your naturally collaborative skills will effectively position your brand in the marketplace.
Your management skills will second to none. You enjoy the people interaction both internally and externally with senior client management. You bring strong strategic planning skills to the party… all with the goal of creating great business solutions.
Importantly, you are digitally led and understand the role that digital now plays across the media landscape. Your drive and passion will be obvious to us upon meeting and your presentation and writing skills will be a given.
This is a smart media agency situated in Auckland’s CBD with large agency resources at its finger-tips. They are looking for a Client Lead. This is a senior role critical to the health and relationship between agency and client, working in a modern environment at an agency that prides itself on its culture and cooperative working style.
In keeping with this dynamic role, you will run a high performing team, reporting directly to the Managing Director.
This role is being marketed by 3rdeye Recruitment… a full-service communications recruitment consultancy specialising in media, creative, design, PR digital and creative.
If this sounds like you we want to hear from you, send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting Ref 5525 or give Ellana or Barry a call or simply click Apply via Email.
Please note that you must be eligible to work and live in New Zealand
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