- Marketing, Communications or Business Qualification Required
- Exciting, Varied & Fast Paced Role
- Great Career Opportunity with an Industry Leading Automotive Group
We require an enthusiastic and motivated Marketing Executive to join our team at Armstrong Motor Group. In this role you will implement marketing requirements for our 3 Auckland City Toyota dealerships in Grey Lynn, Mt Wellington & Greenlane, as well as our Peugeot and Citroen dealership in Greenlane. You will be given a great degree of autonomy, so you will need to be well versed in design & marketing software.
As a key part of our team, you will be required to:
- Implement marketing communications / campaigns for Sales, Service, Parts and Finance in line with Brand marketing programs and guidelines
- Design marketing media
- Ensure permanent communication and information between internal Dealership teams
- Maintain online advertising, media content & stock listings
- Schedule CRM activities as required
To be successful in this role, you will have the following skills and attributes:
- Strong communication skills with fastidious attention to spelling and grammar
- Marketing design experience preferably using Adobe Creative Cloud software
- Strong computer skills including Microsoft Office, InDesign, Mailchimp and other marketing software
- Experience with Facebook business manager and Google advertising.
- Ability to multi‐task and work autonomously
- Strong people and relationship management skills
- An understanding of the automotive industry will be highly regarded
This is an exciting opportunity for an ambitious, self-starter to cement a career with a renowned automotive group. As we are one of New Zealand's largest independent dealer networks, there is plenty of scope to progress within our group and across brands.
If you enjoy going the extra mile every time, please express your interest in joining a team who strive to be the best - and nothing less.
Send your CV & cover letter to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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