E-Commerce & Digital Marketing Specialist / Auckland / $75k - $85k

  • Auckland
  • $75k - $85k

Looking to join the world of E-Commerce? We have a fantastic opportunity to work as an E-Commerce and Digital Marketing Specialist for a great fashion and retail brand!

Our client is one of the leading fashion and retail brands in New Zealand and Overseas. They are now on the lookout for an E-Commerce and Digital Marketing Specialist to join the team!

This role will focus on online brand experience and driving E-Commerce revenue across multiple storefronts and third-party market places. The primary task is to develop on the new Digital Marketing Plan and show how it will increase ‘direct online’ revenue while protecting other ‘offsite’ revenue streams.

The E-Commerce and Digital Marketing Specialist will be involved with planning, managing digital web initiatives, optimizing conversation rate and site performance, helping define the product strategy and optimising the customer journey. This position will work and collaborate with the departments of marketing, customer service, IT, design, sales, and operations.

To succeed in this role you will have an interest in the world of fashion and retail. Ideally, you will come from an E-Commerce background will be able to work closely with Sales and Operations teams to control inventory levels in order to maximize online availability and minimizing inventory holding and supply chain costs.

If this is the role you have been waiting for, then APPLY Now!

Required Experience:

- 3+ years’ experience in E-Commerce, Email Marketing/Automation or Product/Category Management.

Required Skills:

- Ability to analyze data, identify trends and take corrective action
- Experience in reporting tools and Google Analytics
- Experience with E-Commerce
- Knowledge of key digital marketing platforms e.g. Facebook, Instagram etc.
- MS Office & Magento

Required Qualification:

- Tertiary degree in marketing or communications

Personality & Culture Fit:

- Computer Literacy
- Creativity
- Action Orientated
- Thinks Globally
- Curiosity

Let Bella and The Pond agents help you realise your market value and future career potential. Apply today, or get in touch for more information.

Please only apply if you have a valid NZ work visa.

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