Show us your creative genius and become part of a team at the forefront of content marketing – a role like this doesn’t come up very often!
MediaWorks is New Zealand’s largest independent media company, reaching millions of kiwis every week with TV, Radio and Digital.
Based in Auckland, the Integration team specialises in content marketing, harnessing the power of our network of shows, platforms and talent for our clients.
…This means coming up with content ideas that get noticed!
We’re looking for someone who is either already working as a senior creative, or a superstar intermediate, looking to take on a new challenge.
At its heart, this role is about taking client briefs and crafting creative ideas that wow. This can be in the form of content for TV and digital, commercial campaigns or sponsorships and promotions across our multitude of platforms.
Commercially savvy, and bristling with ideas, you’ll have hands on experience producing video content, directing and/or video editing. You’ll also have an eye for design and an ability to effectively collaborate with people both internally and externally.
Check out the job description, and if this incredible role sounds like you…what are you waiting for??
*Note: any application not supported by a show-reel or work examples will not be considered.
Just a couple of things worth a mention:
Due to the fast paced nature of MediaWorks, our vacancy close dates may be subject to change, so don't muck around and make sure you apply as soon as possible. Also, MediaWorks operates an in house recruitment model and has formal partnerships with JobMedia, Emergent & Robert Half. We appreciate that you respect our partnerships and refrain from any form of candidate presentation or introduction.
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