Our client is a large, high-profile brand in a dynamic, innovative and constantly changing industry which affects all New Zealanders. This is an exciting time to join the company; they are experiencing huge growth and have ambitious plans which is resulting in a significant ramp-up in marketing activity. This is a newly created position within their expanding team of experienced marketing and communications people, they have recently appointed a new agency and whoever joins the marketing team will be a part of an exciting journey.
'Team' is a keyword here and they don't get better than this one! You would be working alongside supportive and experienced people who are excited about what they do and who have an inclusive and collaborative working style in a company famous for having an outstanding culture. There are a lot of experienced people to learn from and an inspirational senior management team, there is real scope to make a contribution to the bigger picture as well as lots of day-to-day campaign management across all channels. Strong people and communication skills are essential, there is a lot of contact with internal stakeholders as well as external agency and supplier liaison.
This is a superb marketing opportunity and will be a rewarding and interesting role. We are seeking someone with 3 - 5 years marketing experience, gained from working in marketing or agency-side roles. You will have a proven track record in running successful multi-channel campaigns and be a champion for creative ideas.
To discuss further, please email Caroline Lynch at firstname.lastname@example.org
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That is genius. Your new name is way better. Heaps more intriguing. Great stuff Scapegrace and Motion Sickness.
Love the new name and the video. Such a cool way to take a frustrating situation and make it into something good. Nice work guys
So good! Well done motion sickness!
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