‘Auckland Media Owner Opportunity for a Research & Insights Specialist’
You may currently be in an intermediate channel or communications planning role in a media or creative advertising agency, or you may be in a research company already.
Ideally, you will have a thorough understanding of the various media research products and analysis tools utilised by the media industry and are competent in analysing, interpreting and communicating data to identify key findings and insights.
You will have high computer literacy and your written and verbal communications skills are in keeping with the standard expected in the communications industry.
Most importantly, your ability to generate meaningful insights that convert into actionable go-to-market strategies in keeping with the company’s strategic business goals will be the skill-set that stands you out in the crowd.
Reporting into the Group Research Director, the Research & Insights Manager will be responsible for initiating, managing and driving research and audience insights that enhance the marketing and revenue drive across this broadcasting company’s media assets.
This is a role that will see you interacting with internal and external relationships, from Sales, Marketing, and Content Solutions internally to Research Companies, Media & Advertising Agencies and Advertisers externally, so variety is guaranteed.
Relationship Management that identifies and establishes key relationships.
Project Management – the ability to design, implement and allocate project tasks.
The media company operates in a super-modern environment in the heart of the CBD and is able to offer a range of benefits over and above the base salary package.
3rdeye specialises in media recruitment with current roles across the media agency and media owner landscape. If this exciting role sounds like you, send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or simply click on the ‘Apply via Email’ tab.
Please note... You must be a NZ resident or otherwise eligible to work in NZ to apply for this role.
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