P2856 Marketing Manager
Our client, a well-established NZ owned and operated recycling and waste management company based in Onehunga are seeking a vibrant sole-charge Marketing Manager to join their team.
NZ owned & operated business
Invent the brand future, as well as your own
Aspirational autonomous marketing role
They've been on a journey of enormous growth and have recently invested in an incredible brand story to shift their brand from a great business into the hall of brand fame. They're seeking a vibrant sole-charge Marketing Manager to join their team at this exciting time to make it happen.
This is a newly created role, and our client is not looking for a 'business as usual' operator. You may have proven senior marketing experience, or you may have been a hands-on operator agency side. Wherever you come from, you'll need good knowledge and experience in business-to-business marketing. You'll report directly to the COO, and work in partnership with the sales team to give them the support they need for success.
The successful candidate will be self-motivated, self-managing, with a visionary outlook. You'll have a good understanding of branding and strategy, and be both a strategic thinker, but also happy to get your hands dirty with all aspects of the day-to-day duties.
You'll also play a key role in turning their newly developed values into a way of working for the team. Internal comms are just as important in building your new brand, so you need to be excited about this aspect of the job.
It's critical you bring strong communication and presentation skills, expertise across all channels, a collaborative work approach, and a personality that fits with their strong and stable culture.
If you're ready to make your mark and jump into a new challenge for 2017, please get in touch!
Send your CV to email@example.com with the subject P2856 Marketing Manager or apply here.
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