Full-time (40 hours per week) contractor
We’re looking for someone who is genuinely passionate about the digital world. We want this person to own and lead us and our clients on what best practice looks like for brands online.
We’d prefer someone with previous agency and digital media experience, but we also respect what an ambitious and proactive individual is capable of when given the opportunity they’re looking for.
If you’re looking for your voice to be heard and to be part of a genuinely kind, supportive and inclusive team to learn and grow with – then you’re a good fit.
The Role - Digital Specialist
You’ll be reporting in to our Strategy Director, with a dotted line to our General Manager for additional career development support.
As a boutique agency, everyone’s role has a degree of flexibility, your role will primarily be focussed on Digital Planning and Buying, followed by Social Media targeting, boosting and retargeting.
You will be responsible for:
• Digital Media planning and buying
• Strategic Digital recommendations
• Contributing ideas and insights in team discussions
• Creating and maintaining positive relationships with our clients
• Social Media channels management (conversation management, content calendar management, targeting and boosting, performance and reporting)
About Moloney Moloney
Moloney Moloney is a boutique agency, dedicated to creating positive word-of-mouth, both online and offline, for our awesome clients.
Not only does Moloney Moloney produce engaging and high-quality content, we help our clients understand and embrace changing consumer behaviour and global trends through research and insights gathering. These insights form our strategies, planning, distribution, creative ideas and campaigns.
We’re privileged to work with a great range of clients, from established enterprises, to innovative start-ups and sharing economy businesses.
Our office is located in a new precinct development in Morningside, we share our space with amazing cafés, fun start-ups, cool publishers and a top pub.
We’re really excited to welcome a smart new individual to the team.
Apply today with a cover letter and CV.
Totally ... possibly the worst branding I've seen for quite a while. Isn't a brand supposed to be memorable and meaningful?
Basically it means creative agency merges with digital media agency ... and these guys are supposed to be gurus in communication lol
Love the song which i think is why it has so many hits on ytube- people trying to find out who sings it- but the comments section is disabled.
Classic Roy. Really nice.
Great insight. But long, boring, occasionally funny, agency-self-indulgent execution.
Couldn't happen to a nicer agency.
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