eCommerce Manager

  • New Zealand - Tauranga

Looking to join a young, vibrant team based on the shores of Mount Maunganui? Our client is a growing e-commerce business, looking to literally take on the world, and need an experienced eCommerce superstar to take the reins!

The main purpose of this role is to grow the already existing global audience and with your 3+ years’ experience in ecommerce marketing, you will be ready to take on the challenge. Your organisational skills and eye for detail will see you over all aspects of the company’s online marketing. You will be social media savvy with an understanding of eDM’s and proven experience with SEO and website management. Your creative flare will aid in generating exciting content and imagery across all digital channels.

You will be an energetic individual, ready to be part of a small, yet dynamic team – this company has growth at the forefront of their motivation. Most importantly, you will be ready to get stuck in to whatever is required in the role - therefore no two day’s will be the same.

This company has great products and an even greater team - all they need is you! 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 23587.

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