Digital Account Manager

Reference #6038

Are you a buttoned-down, digitally-savvy Account Manager looking for a Wellington role?

This is an intermediate level role, and you must have been working at the Account Manager level for at least a few months.
All the projects that you will help to facilitate are digital (products, websites, apps, learning tools, games). You will need to have had experience working in a digital environment - preferably within either a digital or integrated agency.
You will be working across a range of clients, and have the support of an experienced Account Director, to help with your training and mentorship.
This is a client-facing role, so you will need to be confident with people, and present yourself in a professional manner. A high level of verbal and written English is essential for this role, as is strong attention-to-detail, and the ability to handle heavy admin tasks, systems and processes.

Based in Wellington, this leading digital agency has a fantastic reputation, with a client roster comprised of some of New Zealand's leading companies, government departments and brands, and a talented and experienced industry-leading team focused on creating excellent work.

If you think this sounds like you, please click Apply via Email quoting reference #6038.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Preference will be given to applicants entitled to work in (and currently residing in) NZ and who have previous agency experience either in NZ or overseas.


  • Sarah Ritchie
    Sarah Ritchie

    Recruitment Specialist - Account Management and Digital Marketing

    mobile +64 21 050 2507

  • Andy Sive
    Andy Sive

    Director and Business Consultant

    mobile +64 21 735 655

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Job ID: 6038
Job Title: Digital Account Manager

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