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Assistant Account Executive
- Use your bilingual skills in Top Global Advertising Agency
- Work with Worldwide Famous Global companies
About Our Client
This company is an International Advertising Agency whose headquarter is in the US. They have one of the strongest reputation among Ad Agencies in Japan and work with Top-tier Global companies. They also offer free breakfast every morning and offer flexible working time to make comfortable atmosphere for employees.
-Setting up Client/Agency/Team meetings, prepare meeting agendas and ensure all meeting materials are ready
-Taking thorough notes for meetings, distributing them to the team, keeping documentation organized for productions, maintaining confidentiality practices, etc.
-Work closely with media team to prepare monthly and quarterly creative overviews.
-Liaise with studio, traffic and creative teams to ensure timely flow of projects.
-Collect competitive research and prepare reports.
-Prepare estimates, billing and expense reports.
-Organizing food and catering for meetings and events.
-Organizing travel arrangements, appointments, filing and other administrative duties.
-Special project assistance: film / clip searches, helping create reference materials, etc.
The Successful Applicant
-Experience in Advertising Agency for at least 1year.
-Must be able to work on several projects at the same time.
-High detail orientation - able to handle complex instructions with care and follow-through.
-Accuracy and timeliness in execution of assigned tasks.
-Cooperative relationships with other employees and clients.
-Ability to schedule work and balance priorities for the efficient flow of work.
-Ability to anticipate team needs and respond accordingly.
-Passionate about Apple + technology.
-Fluent in Japanese and written/conversational in English.
What's on Offer
-Opportunity to work in Top Global Advertising Agency
-Opportunity to work with various World-wide famous companies
-Flexible working time
-Central location in Tokyo
-Opportunity for career progression