Mango Communications Auckland is looking for a Group Business Director who would jump at the opportunity to join a team of talented, genuinely nice people and deliver amazing work for iconic Kiwi and blue-chip global brands. If you'd like to be a part of one of New Zealand's top PR, social media and experiential agencies, we'd like to hear from you.
We’re looking for:
- 9 month contract – August 2018 – March 2019
- At least 10 + years in PR, preferably in consultancy
- Well-rounded – able to do marcomms PR, corporate and issues
- Understanding of all channels – from traditional media relations to content creation and social media
- Great people skills, professional, connected and creative
As a part of the DDB Group, Mango employees enjoy:
- An amazing office environment, including communal café and bar
- Positive, fun and empowering culture
If you have the experience and qualifications we’re looking for please apply for this role by submitting your Covering Letter and CV to email@example.com
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Great write-up, Carl. Bang on.
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