Creative Talent Agent/Recruiter for Advertising, Design & Digital
At 3rdeye we see people differently. We are recruiters in the creative communication sector. We know the industry; we understand our clients and we place the best people in the right positions. Our client relationships are based on trust, ethics and, above all, mutual respect. We are based in central Newmarket a great spot if you want to get anything done in your lunch break.
We're on the look-out for a Creative Talent Agent to join our team. This is a fantastic opportunity for the right person to join one of NZ's top boutique recruitment agencies for advertising, design, digital and media.
As a Talent Agent, you will have an agency background with solid creative-led industry knowledge. You'll be confident to 'walk the walk' and 'talk the talk', with a clear ability to spot talent and connect people outside of the box.
Above all, you will have an affinity for communicating with people, fostering both client and candidate relationships at a high level. We're after someone with a 'can-do' attitude, an outgoing personality and above-all-else professionalism.
So, whether you're an ex-suit, a media mover & shaker, a creative genius or a digital do-er, if the above sounds like you then now is your chance to embark on a journey in recruitment for the creative industry.
Our clients are diverse. From big multinational agencies to packaging and consumer design houses to boutique digital shops, large corporates, national retailers as well as international briefs that come our way. No two roles are the same, no two clients are the same and no candidates are the same – so we have to think outside the square to be effective in our market.
If you want to see who we are, where we are, what jobs we have on currently or even stalk us on LinkedIn. It's all here for you to see at 3rdeye.co.nz. If you would like to find out a bit more send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or give Andy a call on +6421735655.
You're shrinking but your grand plan is to leverage your scale. That's why the pay these boys the big bucks, it's a council of great minds.
Why do we need more tourists when most of our best spots are full up with a never ending horde of people - to be honest we need to cap the numbers coming in?
You are a legend Andrew. Go well mate.
Simon, Rogan and team did a tremendous job. I believe the publisher shareholders have made the wrong call. Happy to be proven wrong but expect this will result in more spend going to the duopoly.
Yep. Sold off Ogilvy and Kantar and closed down designworks Wellington.
The big sell off is underway.
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