Are you looking to work with a top New Zealand brand, who are at an exciting time of transformation and change? Do you have the Channel Marketing experience and looking for a role in Auckland or Wellington.
This role is to provide product development direction, ownership and management of mobile channels, including customer facing solutions and the marketing technology required to support the delivery of customer engagement, communication and promotion through these channels.
You will have the confidence and experience to manage the complex and inter-related partnerships and commercial relationships, products, offers and technology within tight time frames.
You will demonstrate your strong product and project management and commercial thinking, with the ability to make sound and quick decisions as you lead teams in the development and enhancement of the mobile channels to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the customer engagement.
Success in this role will be demonstrated through delivery of a strong and well recognised channel that customers love to engage with, as will be demonstrated by the increased market share and customer feedback.
It goes without saying that you will be a customer first focussed marketer, with a passion for technology and the mobile space. 10 Years + commercial experience is required from a marketing or digital environment where you will have developed and delivered mobile based channels and campaigns.
Knowledge and requirements-
• At least 10 years’ relevant experience in a marketing or digital environment developing and delivering mobile based channels and campaigns
• Strong strategic thinking and ability to develop strategic plans and roadmaps
• Extensive knowledge and experience in working with marketing processes and technologies
• Good understanding of the software development life cycle
• Working knowledge and exposure to agile technology development methodologies
• A real focus on driving customer and business outcomes through process and technology enhancements and design lead thinking
• A good understanding of data and insight required to deliver marketing campaigns and different ways of sourcing this information
• Experience of leading projects and providing clear vision and direction for a team.
• Excellent understanding of the operating, development and promotion of marketing channels, especially mobile based channels
• Good understanding of innovation and customer experience frameworks and how to implement them.
• Great facilitation skills and the ability to draw requirements out of a team and work through a range of options and implications with stakeholders
• Excellent communication & business writing skills including presentations, dashboards, and generation of insights to support recommendations
• Comfortable in a multi-tasking, cross functional environment with the capability to plan own work effectively.
• Strong analytical skills
If you are a senior level marketing specialist looking to work with a major NZ brand, helping them push their customer digital and mobile experience, send your CV to Ginnaya Turner at The Creative Store, email Ginnaya@thecreativestore.co.nz, or to discuss this role in further details call The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077.
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