12 month Fixed term - Parental leave cover
New Zealand is the ultimate destination. Tourism New Zealand’s role is to make sure that the world knows it. We do this by developing and implementing strategies to market New Zealand as a tourism destination internationally. Our purpose is to grow the value of international visitors for the benefit of the New Zealand economy. This is achieved by developing and implementing marketing, media, trade, and partnership strategies working co-operatively with our offices around the world and the travel industry.
newzealand.com is the primary call to action for our global digital marketing campaign. The site receives more than 40 million visits per year and plays a critical role in building preference for New Zealand and connecting consumers with travel sellers.
We are looking for a proactive and switched on Digital Producer who can make a real impact, not only in our Marketing team but in our organisation as a whole.
Reporting to the Digital Experience manager, you will have responsibility for managing the development & maintenance of Tourism New Zealand’s digital platform. You will coordinate and support the migration of functionality, content and users to a new digital platform.
You will deliver project work across the digital team that improves the experience and achieves business KPIs. You will also be charged with managing translation of content and other BAU tasks for the website and other channels.
To be successful you will need at least of 4 years’ experience managing digital projects or digital media production and have exceptional digital project management skills.
This role also requires someone with outstanding communication and people skills as you work with a wide range of stakeholders and collaborate across digital functions including creative content and technology, to achieve the successful delivery of digital experience initiatives.
If you are a talented digital producer, and are ready to make an impact in a world class team, by shaping solutions and solving problems then we want to hear from you!
To apply: Please go to the career pages on our corporate website www.tourismnewzealand.com and submit your CV and cover letter by clicking the apply now button.
Closing date: Tuesday 6th February
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