Tell it like it is.
In Marketing and Communications, how often do you get the chance to tell it like it is? When was the last time you were asked to be straight up, honest and compelling? At Unitec, we are not in the business of going OTT - we are straight up, unpretentious, and we tell it like it is. So, with that in mind, here it is straight:
Unitec does it differently. Through a unique combination of world-class theory and hands-on experience we help transform the lives of our students and we create better outcomes for them. We’re not about empty jargon and promises - we’re open, accessible, honest and real.
We’re well on the way to creating a world-class learning and teaching environment which will see us become world leaders in education. As Marketing and Communications Manager, you will help us get there with defining our market position.
You will need a relevant qualification and have at least 5 years of Marketing and Communications behind you. You’ll know how to utilise a range of effective communications to ensure Unitec features prominently in the right conversations. You need to speak the language of students, tutors and stakeholders - and you need to keep it Kiwi.
From bus backs to billboards, social media to enrolment packs, a multitude of student messages right through to internal communications informing staff of what they can expect to see in the marketplace, it’ll be yours to help create.
Come to Unitec and help tell our story, it’s a great one.
I have absolutely no desire to eat tissue paper packaging, whether it's edible or not. This is just silly.
We need more joke skywriting in New Zealand. https://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/05/15/how-do-i-land-skywriting_n_3276795.html
love this, amazing story!
Great article with Paul C's inimitable humour
Good luck FCB. Anyone care to share what it's like working with Samsung as a client? Think "cluster"
From what I heard, both companies were missing the mark so probably a smart move. Interesting that UX, CX and ‘organisational design’ (whatever that is) are cited as a core pillar of the combined entity when neither were considered strong ...
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