Digital Sales Manager - Fixed Term Contract

  • Auckland

• Join the growing digital team at Bauer Media
• Twelve month fixed term contract
• Fantastic opportunity to join New Zealand’s largest and most influential magazine publisher

Digital Growth Focus

We’ve laid the foundation and now we want to appoint a Digital Sales Manager to continue the great momentum we have in the marketplace with our agencies and clients. You will be a digital hotshot who can maximise sales opportunities for advertising clients through coaching, leadership, direction and support – and ideally have programmatic and data experience.

The Company

Bauer is a diverse, constantly evolving multi–platform media business. Our team all bring their passion and creativity together in order to produce great products that inspire others. In 2018, Bauer was one of the fastest growing digital publishers with market leading brands such as Noted, Now to Love, FQ, Food to Love and Homes to Love. We inspire over 1.4 million visitors across our sites and over 1.2 million through our social channels on a monthly basis.

The Role

As the Digital Sales Manager you will:

• Work closely with clients and our commercial brand teams to enhance Bauer’s digital revenue position and reputation in the market.
• Ensure revenue targets are met through delivering proactive product initiatives and campaign programmes.
• Focus on client opportunities, customer service delivery, market share and revenue growth.
• Work closely with our award winning content solutions team, The Media Collective, along with our Editorial and Marketing teams.

Skills & Experience:

• Digital sales experience
• Programmatic and data experience
• Proven track record of achieving sales targets

What’s on offer?

• A world class open plan office with a creative vibe
• Opportunities for structured career progression
• Health and wellbeing benefits
• Free Nespresso and sparkling water for everyone
• A fantastic opportunity to join New Zealand’s largest and most influential magazine publisher

How to apply

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