Social and Digital Star

  • Auckland

If you want to work with the top Film studios in the social and digital space, we have a perfect role for you. 

We are looking for you to take our offering to the next level so need you to bring with you your breadth of valuable experience across the social and digital space with those sprinklings of amazing client service thrown in. 

• You’ll have a client first attitude first and foremost. It’s in your nature to want to over deliver, make your clients smile and amaze someone new everyday.
• You’ll be a social and digital strategist who has rolled out a number of social and digital campaigns and naturally implements those strategies you have worked so hard on.
• You’ll have also taken these strategies and ideas to the next level as normal isn’t good enough for your client. You want your client to be first, you want your client to be different, you want your client to stand out and speak to their target audience.
• Content is king. You know how important this is and create content strategies and conversation calendars that line up with the goals of every campaign and long term objective.
• Results count. The numbers will mean something to you and you understand how important they are to your client as well. 24hr campaign reports are just the normal thing to do and a way to health check any campaign.
• You’ll have worked from the ground up so still know how to do the doing.
• You’ll have used a plethora of tools that just make your life so much easier, allowing you to make informed decisions and focus on creating great campaigns.
• You’ll have had some management experience possibly working with a coordinator and know how to motivate, communicate and work collaboratively.
• You’ll have worked with creative teams so understand the briefing process.
• You’ll have worked directly with the Facebook/Google at one point if not now.
• You’ll have produced website and apps so know best practice and process and possibly some knowledge of CMS and HTML. 
• You’ll have been active within some Digital Direct Marketing campaigns at one point.
• And you may have some experience in the Digital Advertising space. Specifically Facebook Ads, Google Ad Network (inc. You Tube) and Programmatic.

This is a big role and you could make it even bigger as an integral part of the business. 

If you are the one, take the red pill and stay in Wonderland.

Apply below.

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