At oOh!, we’re proud collaborators, which means we have the confidence to explore new territories because we will always explore together. We experiment with cutting edge technology, test the bounds of our creativity, and lead our industry down exciting new paths.
And when we do that well, we celebrate it! We are committed to our employees having a big impact in their roles, creating bold dreams and connecting deeply with us and our business.
Here is why we need you…
As the Delivery Excellence Lead, you will be taking on a hand’s on role where you will be owning the Retail Print & Digital Scheduling whilst also leading a team of two; a Digital Content Scheduling Coordinator and a Production Executive and work with the Media Services team in our Auckland office.
Here’s what you’ll do…
• Lead and mentor a small team
• Assess, monitor & implement new Production processes
• Help with system engagement and development for the team
• Deal directly with creative agency contacts for artwork
• Check and schedule digital advertising files
• Produce reports
• Build strong relationships with clients and suppliers
• Pro-actively troubleshoot, problem solve and notify relevant people of issues & challenges
• General administration tasks
This is what you’ll look like…
As the ideal candidate you have a great attitude, enjoy working in a team and can thrive in a fast -paced environment.
To be successful in this role you must have:
• Proven leadership experience
• Very strong attention to detail
• Experience in print production or digital creative trafficking would be an advantage
• Exceptional administrative skills
• Ability to multitask & handle high volumes of requests whilst maintaining excellent customer service
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Robust problem-solving skills
• Flexible and can work to tight deadlines
• Numerical/analytical skills for adjusting print requirements
• Professional, outgoing and motivated individual
If you’re curious, brave, and ready to leap into a career like no other, we’re ready to open our doors to you.
If this isn’t the right role for you, we’d love for you to be part of our Talent Community so you can be the first in line to be considered when a new opportunity comes up.
Had me choked up... Nice one.
Kia Ora Davey. I appreciate your lengthy discussion but the time has come to object to the fact you are putting words in my mouth, if you pardon the pun. You have gone to the trouble of linking me details ...
Hi John, so what you're saying is, in order to know what people's favourite ad's are, they asked the open-ended question "what is your favourite ad on TV at the moment?" and this is bad because someone else asked this ...
G’day David. Yes, I had a read prior and you would find the open ended methodology and sample size are exactly the same. Only different is this sample excludes 60+ years and use an outsourced panel. Personally I feel over ...
Well done John. Marketing is in a great pair of hands!!
Interesting that those articles cease at the end of 2018. You may want to check the articles below for relevant information, John: https://thinktv.co.nz/research/thinktv-top-10-tvcs/
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