This is a great time to join us at Bluebridge as we're expanding and investing. To help us grow we're looking for an experienced, technically competent Digital Marketing Executive to help us implement and champion our digital marketing strategy.
Every day our passenger services deliver an enjoyable, truly kiwi experience to travellers, and a big part of our success is our reputation for great service. Coming to us from a commercial background, you'll know all about great reputations and what it takes to get that message out there.
To apply for this role, you must be able to demonstrate the following:
•Ideally 3 years or more experience in a digital marketing role, working across SEM, display and social
•Excellent copy writing and creative development experience
•Customer segmentation, data management and analytics experience
•Managing online content to drive measurable customer outcomes
•Photoshop and/or image software experience
Reporting to our newly appointed Marketing Manager you'll be responsible for implementing the day-to-day digital marketing initiatives that grow online passenger sales revenue through the Bluebridge online store front. You will also be responsible for content development and leading all social media activity.
You should be comfortable working with numbers as analysis of digital marketing activity will also be a key focus. While this role does require technical know-how, you'll also be a people person, at home with a range of personalities across the company and you'll be valued by the wider team for your can-do attitude - if there's an urgent problem you won't hesitate to sort it out.
Take a leap along the path of your digital marketing career, this is a great opportunity to work alongside a passionate team dedicated to quality of service in a vibrant tourism industry. This is your chance to get amongst it!
This role is being managed by Hainesattract Recruitment please apply by emailing email@example.com
Contact Jane Reddiex on 021 084 52735 if you have any questions.
Same old buzzwords and corp speak.
It's a tough role to fill. Feel for the guy. The only way to continue growing is to start buying other agencies in a country with around 100 to many.
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