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NZME is New Zealand's premier integrated media company with a portfolio of market-leading newspaper, digital, radio and magazine titles that 3.2 million Kiwis engage with each month. NZME offers a vibrant work environment, strong growth opportunities, a dynamic, passionate team and a competitive salary. We are seeking a Digital Campaign Manager to join this exciting and growing team.
In return we are looking for someone who is passionate about the online environment, smart, enthusiastic, and wants to excel.
Reporting to the Advertising Traffic Manager – the role will focus on:
- Coordinating, loading, managing and optimising all digital advertising campaigns
- Effectively supporting the sales team by providing high quality insights and advertising solutions
- Providing excellent customer service to ensure complete client satisfaction
- The ideal candidate is someone who is a great problem solver with the ability to think on their feet.
You will need to have amazing organisational abilities, attention to detail, is highly motivated and enjoys the challenge of working in a fast paced environment. A positive attitude and a sense of humour are a must!
If you possess the package of skills and competencies we require for this role, apply now. This is an ideal role for a graduate with at least a years’ experience working in a digital media environment.
Well NZR don't need to be impartial. There only obligation is getting the best deal possible for their stakeholders. Interesting to hear Steve Tew say this deal was done inside of Skys exclusive negation window, so they didn't even explore ...
Why would you take a 5% share in a clearly dying company unless you know that your product is what allows Sky to hold NZ rugby fans to ransom? How can NZR possibly state that they are impartial next time ...
I find it quite pheasant to watch.
Did I like the ad? Yes Was I vaguely unsettled by it? Also yes. As someone who finds zombies and zombie horror to be very disturbing, the ad does its job a little too well. I can get over it ...
Looking good Aaron! Congrats on the new role.
Great to see an agency growing in WGTN. Well done!
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