What an opportunity - this is your chance to be part of a challenger brand that's really going places
The result of a massive Australasian merger, Vocus Group is the ultimate challenger - agile, entrepreneurial, willing to take some (calculated) risks and with a culture that prides itself on its lack of politics and hierarchy. A hugely exciting time in its evolution, there's been lots of change but it's all been part of an ongoing strategy of growth and innovation. So, you'll need to be someone who thrives on working in fast-paced and fluid environments, and likes making decisions and making things happen.
Slingshot, Orcon and Flip - are all the consumer brands in the Vocus stable. Reporting to the Head of Consumer Marketing you'll deliver digital marketing campaigns and initiatives across all three. Working closely with both Acquisition and Retention Managers you will be responsible for taking the reins on implementing the digital elements of all campaign activity including agency briefing, inflight management and post campaign reporting. Beyond this you will also identify trends and opportunities that you will use to drive your own marketing activities.
So what are we looking for then? You'll really have to be a bit of a go-getter for this one. A well-rounded digital marketer with a keen eye for data, you'll be able to demonstrate strong campaign management experience and a proven track record of success in highly competitive markets. Although you will have the luxury of leveraging the experience of a senior marketing team around you, you will thrive on accountability, and bring real energy and a 'can do' attitude to the role. At the same time, you won't be afraid to try things that are a departure from the norm.
Ideally you will have:
End to end campaign management experience in HTML, Google Analytics, SEO and SEM
A high level of competence in measuring and planning Digital Always On
Understanding of marketing automation
Demonstrated experience in building strong working relationships with third party vendors and internal stakeholders
A tertiary qualification in marketing, business or similar is preferred
Experience with utility providers (power or telco) would be ideal but not essential
So if this sounds like you, click "apply via web". We look forward to your application.
It would have been more entertaining to just read a press release to camera.
It's interesting how printed newspapers aren't dead either, fill your boots. The thing I wonder about is the measure of marketing effectiveness and I guess that depends on who you're targeting. For example, generally a company share price reflects a ...
A fuck's a fuck
I thought I was reasonably well informed..... sadly not. Great story. Just show that we should rely on the data rather than assumption, intuition, personal habits or fashion as a jumping off point when planning
a LOT of change for this agency. team in disarray running around not knowing what to do. This industry has a short memory, Tom and Lee much ?
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