Would you like to work with a top Auckland advertising agency, studio managing and trafficking for a very busy digital team in a collaborative studio environment?
This role is perfect for a superstar intermediate+ level Traffic or Studio Manager who has come from either a digital producing or studio management background. You understand the timings and requirements involved in producing EDMS, banners, gifs, landing pages and digital assets, and can make fair estimations on timeframes for delivery. You are a gun with producing estimates using the customised briefing portal, collaborating with the team and understand staff utilisation rates.
You will be a firm but fair doer - happy to jump in and help with overflow when required and if you are still hands on the tools and know how to create Adobe Animate banners then that’s an advantage!
This role is a great career move, you will be continue learning, be well supported and be a pivotal team player for this agency. You will be keen, positive and have a proactive demeanour.
If you are organised and great with people, employing a firm but fair manner - send your CV and work to Hana Chadwick at The Creative Store, email Hana@thecreativestore.co.nz or call The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077 for more details. Reference Job: 2900.
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