Are you a savvy Marketing Manager with a digital edge and loads of online acquisitions experience? This client-side role could be for you!
This role is all about B2C (direct-to-consumer) acquisitions, lead generation and customer lifecycles. It will suit someone who is driven by reaching targets and who is relentless about driving online sales - this includes feeling comfortable with meeting daily / weekly / monthly / quarterly sales targets.
As well as being a strong, senior marketer, you'll have a well-developed business and sales-focused mindset. Experience working within an industry with high compliance would be an advantage as will experience working with projects that you test/measure/tweak as you go.
You'll be based in the busy Auckland office, but report to and work alongside your extended team in Australia; experience working with teams in different time-zones would be an advantage. Occasional travel to Australia will be required (including an initial training period).
You'll work closely with a large in-house digital team, as well as a number of external agencies. There is a lot of opportunity to bring your creativity to the fore in this role.
This is a successful Australian company and a relatively new player in the NZ market. With significant growth in sales and market share over the past year and a bumper year predicted ahead, this will be an exciting place to work.
You'll be located in the heart of the Auckland CBD. The Auckland team is 180 in number, including 25 front and back-end developers and strong IT support. This company works hard at creating a positive culture and "work/life integration".
Please send you CV to email@example.com quoting Ref 5098SP, or give Sarah a call on +64-21-050 2507, or Andy +64-21-735 655
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