Leading Australasian FASHION BRAND + TOP SALARY + YOU = DREAM ROLE
Leading fashion brand down-under is on the hunt for a creative-led Marketing superstar. Do you have a passion to grow and take ownership of a creative minded marketing department in a high-end retail fashion industry? Are you a proven senior marketeer looking to move or return home to New Zealand? Looking for a big role with opportunity to get stuck in? If so, then this is the role for you.
The ideal person will have the perfect blend of the below experience;
• Retail Marketing
• Leadership & Management
• Fashion, Beauty & Lifestyle Industry
Retail marketing nous is an absolute must! You may come from a creative marketing background and understand all facets of fashion & retail marketing, or you may have worked your way up in creative with a natural marketing ability. Reporting to the senior Directors, you'll need to drive marketing initiatives, execute all seasonal campaigns and have the ability to continue enhancing a market leading brand.
This role is key in leading an initial team of three; with access to a wider creative team including Graphic Designers, Photographers and Digital Specialists. You'll love working with and leading creative teams and thrive working in a flat structure. You'll feel at home surrounded by a passionate, hardworking team who live for delivering high-end marketing for a world-class product.
There is room for big ideas and growth in this role.
• 10 + years experience
• Management & leadership skills
• Fashion, Beauty & Lifestyle knowledge (A bonus, but not a must)
• Creation & implement robust yearly marketing plans
• Digital channel strategy (social, content, search, web & mobile)
• Integrated marketing campaigns
• Retail promotions
• Up to date with the latest marketing trends
• Loyalty programs, e-mail & database marketing
• Targets, KPI’s & report management
• Project execution (including seasonal marketing campaigns)
• Deploy market research (identify customer trends & insights)
• Ecommerce & online sales growth
• Relevant Tertiary Qualification preferred (Marketing, Communications or Advertising)
Personality & Work Ethic:
• Collaborative team player
• Passionate Contributor
• Innovative & creative
• Highly adaptable
• Ability to enhance workplace culture
• Natural problem solver
• Intelligent & curious
• Auckland central location
• Best workplace winning company
• Carpark, Phone, Laptop Computer
• Wardrobe perks!
Ideal start date:
• Now! 4-8 weeks notice period is not an issue
• Client will wait for the perfect applicant
Let Will Gregory - Talent Director & The Pond Agents help you realise your market value and future career potential.
Apply today, or get in touch for a confidential conversation about the role.
VISA or Immigration conversations welcome.
Fantastic work. Also hearing great things about the Drive project in low-income communities. Congrats to all involved!
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Absolutely, have to admit this was confusing to me and my team as well.
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