If you’ve got the skills and experience to be in pole position with NZME as the National Integration Manager for the DRIVEN team, then get into gear and apply now. This is an opportunity to join an iconic brand as the product expert and sales strategist for a unique crew of individuals who unashamedly work hard / play hard, live and breathe the Driven dream and never lose focus for the success of the Driven brand.
We’re after a highly motivated, passionate, super star to be part of our strategic sales team; who will work collaboratively to develop short and long-term strategies to increase the NZME Automotive Category market share and revenue.
You will also be an exceptional coach for your team with a track record of inspiring and leading teams to deliver exceptional customer service and revenue targets
As an integration specialist the role will achieve this through proactive product initiatives, sales team up-skilling and campaign programmes, focusing on client opportunities and customer service delivery.
You will also be the go-to person for the Agency sales teams as the subject matter expert to help craft automotive solutions for clients.
Key to success will be building internal relationship and networks as well as the formulation of an on-going new business development plan within the category ensuring NZME continues to grow as in integrated media organisation. Therefore, we need a unique individual with the following skills:
• Demonstrated success in selling digital and multi-media solutions to advertisers
• Strong knowledge of digital media across display, search and social channels.
• Proven ability to learn quickly, motivate a team and deliver results.
• Must be strongly customer-centric, with a positive 'can-do' attitude
• A natural collaborator, willing to share information and knowledge with others
• Excellent presentation, oral and written communication skills
• Ability to influence decision makers
• Must be able to demonstrate a goal and results focused orientation
• Able to effectively manage team work flow
• Deadline and performance focus
In return we offer an environment where we live and breathe our values to be curious, connected and confident. Meaning we tell it like it is, challenge the status quo, dare to try, continuously innovate and love some fun along the way. We value our biggest asset – our talent above all else and this is evident in our reward & recognition and development & succession plans. We’re housed in state of the art, purpose-built offices in Central Auckland complete with onsite barista! So don’t hesitate another moment – make the career move you’ve been waiting for and showcase to us why you’re the person we’re looking for.
Applicants for this position must have NZ residency or a valid NZ work permit
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