Our client, a well-known and respected Digital Marketing agency, are looking for an ambitious Digital Content Editor (Content Marketing Specialist / Editor) to join a fast paced and growing team to replace their current (and highly respected) Content Director. This person will have a ‘digital first’ mindset, be content focused, mature and client facing. The ideal person will have experience dealing with a wide range of digital content, social media, EDM’s, blogs and videos.
This is a unique opportunity for a skilled individual looking for a new challenge, who can take on and work with an excellent range of high profile clients with passion, lead a team and create exceptional digital content.
This role would ideally commence IMMEDIATELY!
*Maintain strong ongoing relationships with client leads, introducing new opportunities accordingly
*Produce great content - oversee EDM, social and content production with an eye on maintaining editorial quality
*To deliver efficient, high levels of client satisfaction that regularly exceeds expectations
*Manage internal team, recruit/oversee freelance talent, and work closely with campaign leads in other departments
*Achieving campaign KPI's and meeting budget requirements
*Assist and support in the compelling presentation and storytelling of creative work
*Build trust with Clients and help create the right environment where great work is accepted
*Be HAPPY and keep your cool under pressure
*Minimum 5-7 years professional digital marketing experience
*Solid background in copywriting, journalism and/or editing
*Experience with both creating engaging content and marketing content across social media platforms, blogs, video and EDM’s
*Proven management experience
*Experience with outsourcing writing projects
*Exceptional attention to detail
*Perfect spelling, grammar and punctuation
*Strong organisational skills
*Ability to prioritise and track multiple projects in a fast-paced environment
*Ability to liaise with clients in a confident and professional manner
*Tertiary qualification preferred
Personality & Work Ethic:
*Inspirational leader, manager and motivator
*A good problem solver
*Strong under pressure and deadlines
*Motivated and mature
*Someone with the desire to really own and take responsibility throughout the entire project process
*Passion, a sense of humour and a solid team player
*Amazing CBD location
Let Penny and The Pond agents help you realise your market value and future career potential. Apply today, or get in touch for more information.
Please only apply if you have a valid NZ work visa.
Wow we need this.
Absolutely loving it - great job!
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