Do you love working in the media industry and find yourself looking for your next big challenge? Does leading a team in NZ's leading media company surrounded by passionate, amazing people sound like you?
Our business is committed to creating and delivering great content, experiences, and results for our audiences and customers. We're a hard-working bunch who are committed to succeeding and having fun while we do it. This position is responsible for developing and overseeing the local market strategy in the New Plymouth region and to exceed financial targets in the short, medium and long term.
Responsible for company delivery across the New Plymouth market and in line with the company's strategic approach, you'll provide guidance and leadership to your team across both sales and operations. By leading the local market strategies you'll be responsible for the successful execution of these plans through the local team and with collaboration from your Regional Manager, the Head of Radio and other heads of departments within the company.
As a strong leader, you are a strategic thinker who has had a successful business to business sales background. You're a dedicated and results focused person who enjoys working at pace. If you are driven to deliver results through motivating and mentoring your teams and possess a strong eye for detail, we want to hear from you.
Ideally, you will have radio sales experience, however, candidates with proven leadership experience and a minimum of 5 years media sales or management experience will also be considered.
Take advantage of this exciting and rare opportunity in a creative environment and apply now before advertising closes.
Here are a few things you need to know about us:
At MediaWorks, we recognise that to be the most innovative company, we must also be the most diverse. We are committed to creating an environment where all employees are included, are treated with dignity and respect and are in a position to contribute to our future success.
We operate an in house recruitment model and have formal partnerships with JobMedia, Emergent & Robert Half. We appreciate that you respect our partnerships and refrain from any form of candidate presentation or introduction.
Due to the fast paced nature of MediaWorks, our vacancy close dates may be subject to change, so don't muck around and make sure you apply as soon as possible.
Ben, your inspiration is worthy of the leadership position you have already been recognised for. As an [old-ish] person I wholeheartedly endorse your ambition and add this observation: - Kiwis are often too fearful of 'what-others-think-of-me' - Tall Poppy syndrome ...
The saddest thing about this post, is a reminder of how sh$t this industry is. A brand puts out an RFI to the industry, which you would guess anyone non-conflicted would have responded to? A local agency (yep, owned by ...
Ok... Can you actually help with this recurring for months now issue that is sooooooooooooooooooooooooo frustrating? I have mac laptop and iphone and ipad. Google authentication keeps saying the same message EVERY time I try to authenticate (to sync Google ...
What about the kiwi employees of who worked hard on the pitch for and will benefit from the BBDO win? https://media0.giphy.com/media/etUF7IcX4Lxs3KCSEH/giphy.gif
It's not uncommon for Kiwibank to use organisations outside of New Zealand. I understand they were using a South African organisation on their failed SAP project. Seems odd for a purpose driven organisation to not "live their brand".
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