Commercial Brand Manager needed… Attention Brand Managers, ambitious Media Sales Execs, Ad Agency Account Managers… this is a golden opportunity to be part of the biggest publishing gig in town!
You love the idea of nourishing your brands and seeing them grow. You want to exploit your innate creativity and be part of innovative communications campaigns across your brand portfolio that answer client briefs and grow their business.
Requiring sales and revenue responsibility, marketing and creative nous, this is a wide-ranging role that could suit an existing Brand Manager client-side, an Account Manager in a creative or media agency looking to move towards a media owner role… or you may already be in Media Sales and looking for a wider brand involvement.
This Commercial Brand Manager role requires someone with 3-5 years brand or agency account management experience and will see you being responsible for the revenue, yield and volume targets for a portfolio of women’s lifestyle magazines. This is a wide-ranging role that allows your creative, strategic and selling strengths to excel. The role involves taking campaign development briefs from media agencies and direct clients and coordinating a strategic response, utilising the depth of resources this major publishing group has at its disposal.
The role is client-facing in conjunction with the agency and direct sales teams. An important aspect of the role is to build strong and positive relationships internally and externally and be passionate about your brand. The role requires an ability to work both with editorial and advertising sales teams to deliver the most cost-effective and creative solutions across the brand platforms.
If you have personality, the ability to work with diverse people, have great communication skills… this could be the job for you. You will be working for one of the most progressive and dominant media companies in NZ. The role is Auckland-based and represents an exciting opportunity to join this progressive media company as it continues to expand its media content portfolio to offer truly integrated solutions across its magazine brands.
If you thrive in a dynamic and fast-paced environment and feel you meet all of the above expectations, then we would love to hear from you. Send your CV to email@example.com quoting Ref. #5537SP or simply click on the ‘Reply via Email’ tab.
Congratulations on issue 247! Here's to issue 500!
that's what we heard
any truth to the rumour that they have dumped 2D for Voda?
Very well played R&R (aged 5) and Special (aged 10) from all of us at the adolescent Big (aged 15).
Wonder what NZ Governments tax take is from the top 4 ranked websites. I think we can probably describe it as SF & A
Well done guys! Five years is a lifetime in your game.
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Why we like it: To encourage donations to the Auckland City Mission, and less waste during the festive season, this ad is a mix of humour and seriousness to highlight the City Mission’s new initiative. Instead of buying a silly gift which never gets used – a rubber chicken or chattering teeth for example – buy one off the website, through which the money goes to the City Mission and the recipient gets an email. It’s a great idea for a wonderful cause.
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