Have you ever thought it would be brilliant if there was a Digital Marketing & Ecommerce role for the Vape & E-Cigarette enthusiast? Well - here it is!
Are you a young, digital savvy Marketing Coordinator looking for a new and exciting challenge? Do you want to join one of NZ's fastest growing markets?
We are after someone who loves all things Marketing, Digital, Ecommerce and yes you heard right.... VAPING!
If you've read this far, you are probably someone who is business savvy, has killer relationship skills and the desire to drive business, through marketing digital forward. You may be from a traditional digital agency background – or perhaps you’ve got retail marketing & ecommerce experience. Either way, you are switched on, you know the challenges our client faces and you have the ability to implement a digital marketing & ecommerce plan to take this Vape brand to new heights!
Day to day you'll be responsible for managing key social media accounts and creating eye-catching content for all digital channels. You'll be quick and efficient working across ecommerce platforms, and be able to analyse and report back to the team on all sales activity.
This role is ideal for a Vape enthusiast or hobbyist, OR someone with smarts and passion to drive digital marketing for this leading brand!
• 3+ years ecommerce / online retail team experience AND/OR
• 3+ years digital/advertising agency experience
• Manage social media channels; including digital campaign management, EDM’s (social platforms & Mailchimp)
• Ecommerce platform management (WooCommerce knowledge is a bonus)
• Ecommerce merchandising & product management
• Content creation (visual & written)
• Report, analyse & present online sales activity
• Developing & implementing customer journeys
• Discover & track opportunities (lead scoring, site tracking, engagement reports)
• Lead Conversion (increase conversion, right people get the right information)
• Copywriting (can develop and build an idea/story, excellent spelling and grammar)
• Highly computer literate. Proficient use of MS Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint) and CMS programmes
• Relevant Tertiary Qualification, preferred but not essential (Design, Marketing, Communications)
Personality & Work Ethic:
• Takes ownership & accountability
• Intelligent, switched on and going places
• Self-motivated & energised
• Organic problem solver
• Team Player / contributor
• Ideas person with the skills to implement!
• South Auckland based office
• Leading & GROWING NZ business
Let Brooke & The Pond Agents help you realise your market value and future career potential.
Apply today, or get in touch for a confidential conversation about the role.
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