Are you a savvy Marketing Specialist with a digital edge and loads of online acquisition experience? Then you won't want to miss out on this opportunity!
• Work for a company that cares for their clients and their people
• Free life and health insurance
• 22 days' annual leave and short term incentive scheme
Here at nib, we pride ourselves on our innovative and passionate approach in offering Kiwis affordable, world-class health insurance. We also have a huge appreciation for what drives our organisation to be at its best: our people. They're motivated, driven, and totally dedicated to our clients.
The Acquisition Marketing Specialist is responsible for supporting the Acquisition Marketing Manager in the planning and execution of acquisition marketing campaigns to drive new direct to consumer health insurance sales for nib.
You will be instrumental in the management of Direct to Consumer customer acquisition campaigns across all marcom channels designed to generate and acquire new leads, with a focus on acquiring cost effective new customers aligned to key target segments. You will be effective at stakeholder management, managing creative development, lead generation, media planning, managing third party suppliers, financial management and optimisation of the media and channel mix to ensure ROI. Ideally you'll be fluent in Cantonese and/ or Mandarin and be able to read and write Simplified Chinese.
Wondering what's in it for you? Well, not only will you be working within an organisation that 100% supports their people and encourages career development, there's free health and life insurance, income protection, and a short term incentive up for grabs. Oh, and did we mention the 22 days' annual leave you'll get each year?
If you're ready to step into a role that will challenge and reward you on a daily basis with a company that cares, then we'd love to talk to you.
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