Digital Marketing Manager

  • New Zealand - Auckland

Our client is a not for profit with a mission to make New Zealand the most connected nation in the world, and the intention for these high impact global connections to benefit New Zealand and our people, no matter where in the world they are.

They are looking for a Digital Marketing Manager to join their team. The purpose of this newly created role is to increase brand awareness among key audiences through the strategic development, creation and implementation of engaging content. Robust reporting on campaigns, website traffic and marketing activities, with the focus to grow audiences and engagement across all channels, both domestically and globally.

With a relevant tertiary qualification and hands-on experience in a similar role, you will have confidence effectively utilising marketing systems such as CMS, Marketo, Analytics and Social platforms. Strong SEO/SEM, Google Analytics, CRM, marketing automation, digital advertising and campaign management are all a requirement.

Reporting to the Global Director, with key relationships with global team, strong interpersonal and communication skills are essential. On any day you may be talking to graduates looking to study overseas, or CEO’s wishing to promote their business internationally. You will be at ease interacting with anyone, any level, anywhere in the world.

This role oversees a junior team member, prior experience in and/or desire for leading and growing a team is a preference.
This is a small purpose driven team with a passion to take New Zealand to the world. If you share these values and wish to make this your next mission – apply now.

Send your CV to Ginnaya Turner at The Creative Store, email ginnaya@thecreativestore.co.nz, or call The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077 for more details. Ref: 23867.

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