Our client is a NFP with a focus on the industry training sector. They work across the design and collateral for 22 industries, including apprentices, real estate, contact centers, plus many others.
This is a role where you will have a specific responsibility for the ownership and management of marketing for an organization that offers a range of courses to suit young people, school leavers, people returning to the workforce and those who need to upskill or retrain. There is a particular focus on youth, Maori and Pasifika.
You will have a key role in delivering business plans and provide a high quality advisory delivery service to the organization, across a wide range of internal and external marketing. You will also be developing marketing communication plans that support the strategic and tactical goals and objectives.
For this role you will bring at least 3 years’ experience in marketing and communications advisory in a medium – large organization, a background in not for profit, school, Maori and Pasifika is ideal.
An ability to research, organize, conduct interviews, take photographs, write content and coordinate the production and delivery of material for the specific publication required in necessary. You will also have strong relationship building skills and be capable of being a go to person for advice and assistance on a wide range of activities.
If you would love to be part of a company that is for the community, send your CV and work experience to Charlotte Bicknell at The Creative Store, email Charlotte@thecreativestore.co.nz, or call Charlotte at The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077 for more details.
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Well done Steve and team.
I don't work in the beer industry however I do work in FMCG and the global trend towards health and wellbeing is what would of driven this brief. Perhaps the Government had indicated mandatory nutritional labelling and this was a ...
It’s just so cringe worthy and forced and for what? People don’t need nutritional info to want to drink beer? what dim witted marketer came up with this brief?
Congrats Willie. You and Matt in NZ are a formidable leadership team. Well deserved.
The set on this shoot is just plain weird, as is the wardrobe. Bohemian shabby chic squat?!?
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