Digital Insights Manager (Fixed term)

  • Auckland Central

Have you got the patience of a saint? Do you work well under pressure? Are you all about the data? And completely across SEO & social media practices? If so we could be looking for you.

We’re looking for someone to provide digital analytics for everyone from our editorial and newsroom teams to our commercial team, you’ll need to be comfortable with everyone from new starters to our Exec Team. We want someone who will interpret data & trends, prepare ongoing reports and assist with ad hoc data & performance reporting where needed. If you’re right for this roll, you won’t be too precious, you’re ready to roll up your sleeves and much in to get the job done.

Ideally you’ll have around five years broad experience working in digital and/or media operations – with at least two years in a digital analyst role and a solid three years’ experience with Adobe Analytics (Omniture), comScore Digital Analytics, Google Analytics (Premium) or a similar analytics service.

In return we can guarantee you’ll love your year with us. Our culture is second to none, we reward, recognise and develop our staff as a priority. We’re based in central Auckland, with an on-site barista and we know you’ll never be bored with us.

We tell it like it is, challenge the status quo, dare to try and love some fun along the way. Join the team by emailing careers@nzme.co.nz asap.

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