Content Strategist

  • Auckland

You will enjoy going to work every day at this award-winning Auckland agency and being an integral part of their digital content team.

In this role of Content Strategist you will develop content strategies and plans for social media and other channels, to grow your client’s audience and online awareness.

You will be converse with translating social media strategies into content strategies, able to identify audiences, and ensuring the content idea will deliver to the objectives. Being experienced working with and using data, you will be able to identify and target best opportunities, ensuring maximum impact.

On a day to day you will:

Monitor latest trends in social media, content marketing and share your findings with the team and clients alike
Compile data across social media platforms.
Do daily / weekly / monthly reporting – analysis for insights
Content planning
Content idea generating

Working closely with the wider team, you will have excellent mentorship and growth within this role.

If you are looking for a role where you can use your extensive knowledge across all types of digital, whilst working with a brilliant wider agency team, where you will be given lots of mentorship and growth – send your CV and work to Charlotte Bicknell at The Creative Store, email, or call The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077 for more details.

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