Inbound Marketing Account Manager

  • New Zealand - Auckland

Our client is a new inbound marketing agency, with a passion for doing great work for great clients, and a big growth plan. They are looking for an inbound marketing account manager to join their small, fun, hard working team.

You will be able to hit the ground running by taking the lead on all of their clients inbound marketing campaigns. You will develop strategic plans that will exceed their client’s
expectations by delivering real outcomes and results that will shift their bottom line upwards.

With 2+ years experience, ideally with a relevant tertiary degree, you will be a whiz at planning multiple strategies across different clients and be fluent in Facebook Ads Manager, the Google Display network, and ideally have a solid working knowledge of the SharpSpring marketing automation platform.

Knowledge of SEO, social media and digital advertising is essential as is strong analytical thinking and excellent client management skills. Knowledge of php and Adobe Suite is desirable but not essential.

The perfect fit for this team will be dedicated and motivated with a positive work ethic, a coffee junkie to make the most of the fancy machine in the office, and excited about hanging out with the office dog.

If this sounds like you send your CV to Ginnaya Turner at The Creative Store – email or for further information call The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077.

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