Looking to join the world of Digital Marketing? We have a fantastic opportunity to work as a Digital Campaign Manager for a great fashion brand!
Our client is one of the leading men's fashion brands in New Zealand and Australia with true kiwi roots. They are now on the lookout for a Digital Campaign Manager to create digital marketing initiatives that will ensure their brand as a leader in fashion, driving traffic, revenue and profitability.
We are looking for someone who has experience with Digital Marketing Paid Search & Social Media Marketing, Marketing strategies, understanding and experience with Influencer marketing, budgeting and reporting, and the ability to coach and mentor direct reports.
To succeed in this role, you will need to have an interest in the world of fashion. Ideally, you will come from an e-commerce background or fast fashion and retail environment where things change constantly. You would consider yourself to be a focused multitasker with a great eye for design and detail, a social person and love dealing with people as well as managing different stakeholders both internal and external.
If this is the role you have been waiting for, then APPLY Now!
•5+ Years of commercial experience working in e-commerce or fast fashion environment
•Digital Marketing - managing paid media channels e.g. Paid Search, Retargeting, Display and Paid Social
•Experience working with Influencer Marketing
•Fashion Retail experience
•Adobe Creative Suite
•SEM, SEO, Affiliates
•Tertiary degree in Marketing or Communications
Personality & Culture Fit:
•High attention to detail
•Strong communication skills
•Customer and sales focus
Let Bella and The Pond agents help you realise your market value and future career potential. Apply today, or get in touch for more information.
Please only apply if you have a valid NZ work visa.
Ben, your inspiration is worthy of the leadership position you have already been recognised for. As an [old-ish] person I wholeheartedly endorse your ambition and add this observation: - Kiwis are often too fearful of 'what-others-think-of-me' - Tall Poppy syndrome ...
The saddest thing about this post, is a reminder of how sh$t this industry is. A brand puts out an RFI to the industry, which you would guess anyone non-conflicted would have responded to? A local agency (yep, owned by ...
Ok... Can you actually help with this recurring for months now issue that is sooooooooooooooooooooooooo frustrating? I have mac laptop and iphone and ipad. Google authentication keeps saying the same message EVERY time I try to authenticate (to sync Google ...
What about the kiwi employees of who worked hard on the pitch for and will benefit from the BBDO win? https://media0.giphy.com/media/etUF7IcX4Lxs3KCSEH/giphy.gif
It's not uncommon for Kiwibank to use organisations outside of New Zealand. I understand they were using a South African organisation on their failed SAP project. Seems odd for a purpose driven organisation to not "live their brand".
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