Our client is a services organisation with a small team of enthusiastic, committed people working within the telecommunications, information technology, health and education sectors and other industry/government groups.
They are looking for a professional and collaborative Digital Communication Specialist produce and manage digital communications and the online presence of their clients.
You will have 4+ years’ experience in a similar role with a relevant tertiary qualification. You will be a whizz writing and editing social media content, blog posts, newsletter creation and other content generation with great grammar and an eye for design. Experience using Wordpress, Mailchimp, Google Analytics, Photoshop and social media tools along with knowledge of SEO practices is a must.
You will have strong analytic skills, able to monitor activity across the digital channels and identify areas for improvement to grow audience reach and engagement, and be comfortable on the tools, assisting with co-ordinating the development of new website builds and the design and setup customer surveys.
A natural at building relationships and a knack for problem solving will ensure your success in this role.
This is a growing company with plenty of opportunities. If you enjoy working with a tight knit team with an innovative approach that celebrates wins - send your CV to Ginnaya Turner at The Creative Store, email email@example.com, or call The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077 for more details. Reference: Job 2732.
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Classic Roy. Really nice.
Great insight. But long, boring, occasionally funny, agency-self-indulgent execution.
Couldn't happen to a nicer agency.
Disagree. But you could say that about True too. True who?
A great hype machine for sure.
Thanks for your comment, Colenso employee. The DB Export ad is decent, you're right. It's also the only decent thing Colenso has done in a looooooong time.
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