Brendan Foot Supersite is a long-established and very highly regarded motor vehicle dealership, and one of the largest in the lower North Island. It is a family business, successfully in operation for over 40 years and now sells five major franchise brands and a large number of high quality used vehicles. We also operate three service sites across the region and a large parts operation.
• A self-starter who is looking for an autonomous role
• Experienced in implementing a marketing plan
• Passionate about the automotive category
This is an exciting new role developed to keep pace with the growth of our business. You will have 3 – 5 years’ experience in a communications or marketing role. You may even currently be agency-side.
You will be wanting to step up and establish yourself in a leadership role. You will have excellent communication skills with a strong ability to motivate teams.
You will also effectively manage external supplier relationships and you will have strong negotiation skills to ensure that you are delivering the best value to the business.
You will have experience in delivering against all aspects of a marketing plan including sponsorships, event management, media buying/management, creative development, digital campaign development, website management, social media management, CRM program management, campaign monitoring and reporting.
You will also be working closely with our manufacturer brands’ marketing teams to amplify national marketing campaigns – Holden, Suzuki, Mitsubishi Motors, Hyundai and Kia.
This is a varied role that requires a marketer who is hungry to continue to learn and innovate. It’s for someone who wants to make a difference and deliver measurable results.
We have a fantastic culture that we are very proud of. We love the brands we promote, we work hard and have we have loads of fun along the way.
If this sounds like an exciting challenge for you, we’d like to meet you. Please send us your CV and a covering letter to: Recruitment Brendan Foot Supersite, 7-20 Railway Avenue, Hutt City, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
All applications will be treated with the strictest confidentiality.
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