To help us engage, inspire and inform our audiences, we’re looking for a talented digital marketer to shape and grow the content and function our digital channels, including our website, EDMs and social media. Through organic reach and paid activity, through content marketing and the delivery of user-focused digital experiences, our Digital Marketing Officer will help us take the Gallery to the world.
He angitūtanga: The opportunity
You will lead all aspects of the Gallery's website, from developing unique and engaging web content to analysing user behaviour to deliver improvements to content, design and functionality.
The strategic development of our social media presence will form a vital part of your role, as you’ll grow an engaged audience across multiple channels, creating enticing content and leading the implementation of new initiatives.
You’ll also get the chance to stretch your muscles with digital marketing strategies and campaigns, digital content creation, and managing the content and distribution of the Gallery's EDMs.
He kōrero mōu: About you
Our ideal candidate will have digital marketing experience, accompanied by higher education/study. You will have experience in website, social media and digital marketing management, as well as the desire to continuously improve the Gallery’s online footprint, using new techniques and ideas.
Ngā āhuatanga kei a mātou: What we offer
This is a diverse position where you get to lead the Gallery’s digital marketing initiatives and leave your mark on our online presence. You will work across all aspects of Gallery life and gain a unique insight to the world of art, artists, culture and creativity.
This position is permanent, full-time, working 40 hours, Monday to Friday.
For a copy of the full position description, please email Gemma.Bardsley@aucklandcouncil.govt.nz
Applications close on Sunday 27 January.
Auckland Council is an equal opportunity employer (EOE) and we are committed to providing a working environment that embraces and values diversity and inclusion. If you have any support or access requirements, we encourage you to advise us at the time of application to assist you through the recruitment process.
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