Ready for a Branding role with one of New Zealand's most trusted brands?
Are you unwaveringly passionate about marketing and the digital age?
Competitive salary and remuneration
Opportunities to work on design, digital and web development
Ownership of in-house Graphic Design
At Daikin, we draw upon our many years of experience to provide solutions to customers worldwide in each climate, to achieve superior comfort levels in residential and commercial environments. As a leading air conditioning company, with over 80 production bases in each region around the world, Daikin has earned a reputation of world leading performance, quality and reliability.
An amazing opportunity is now available for a talented Brand Manager to join our marketing team based in East Tamaki.
Our marketing team works closely together to develop, expand and maintain our marketing channels.
A taste of what the position will be involved with...
Marketing policies and strategies
Ownership of inhouse Graphic Design and DTP
Website and dealer portal management
Maintain relationships with external agencies
Marketing Collateral including product brochures, price lists, case studies, company newsletters etc
Planning and production of showroom upgrades
Assist with Event Management
Development of Digital advertising campaigns
We are looking for someone who is unwaveringly passionate about brand management and marketing, keen to develop and contribute to a small team, has exceptional digital knowledge and experience, excellent photoshop skills, a strong interest in photography, and web design and maintenance experience.
If you feel you have what it takes we would love to hear from you!
We offer a competitive remuneration package including salary, performance bonus and a competitive superannuation scheme.
Our Core Values - Absolute Credibility, Enterprising Management, Harmonious Personal Relations.
To apply for this job go to: http://daikin.recruitmenthub.co.nz & enter ref code: 4866629.
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