14 April 2024

Senior New Business Manager 

Our client is a multiple award-winning brand and strategy consultancy working through a te ao Māori lens to deliver creative solutions for a thriving Aotearoa. They work with a wide variety of Government, Business, Iwi and Community organisations through a unique blend of strategy, culture and creativity. In their 20th year, they are looking to grow their influence, shaping the future of Aotearoa for all of us.

This is an exciting new role in the business, that would appeal to a strategic problem solver, influential communicator, relationship builder and cultural advocate. You will help take a winning formula and scale the size of projects and the impact of the work.

With a focus on new business, you will be a self-motivated relationship builder, opening new doors, pitching ideas, promoting the agencies services and procuring new contracts. Experience doing large tenders and All of Government GETS tender processes is preferred.

You will be experienced and confident with senior level client management, you will also oversee key clients,  ensuring they receive a great experience and develop lasting partnerships, and mentor and develop juniors.

Cultural competency is essential for this role, you will be comfortable engaging in spaces where te reo Māori is spoken and celebrated. Competency in te reo Māori at a level 5 or above is important, as well as a passion to advance cultural skills. You will have a strong love and connection to te ao Māori, you understand the challenges Maori people face and you are invested in uplifting Māori and all New Zealanders.

You will have a great understanding of the power of branding, advertising, creative services to help organisations be impactful and a passion for working with Customers who expect the highest standard of cultural intelligence to deliver authentic and meaningful outcomes.

If this sounds like a great option for you - and you are ready to move now - apply now.

Due to the volume of applications, we can only reply to candidates who are suitable for our current roles.


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