Marketing Consultant

  • Hamilton - Central City

Enlighten Designs is an award-winning creative technical agency with 20 years of delivering innovative technology solutions that enable client value. With a strong track record of growth, Enlighten was founded in Hamilton and is one of New Zealand’s largest IT providers with clients spanning the globe including Air New Zealand, The Associated Press, Red Bull, and Nascar.

Are you an experienced and creative marketer with a proven track record of delivering client value through product and service marketing and innovative campaigns with measured return?

This unique opportunity gives you the benefits of living in Hamilton whilst enjoying the wide range of possibilities that come from working with a variety of brands and markets as well as working closely with our internal teams to bridge technical and business worlds.

This is a tremendous opportunity for the right results-driven Marketing Consultant to lead creative product and service marketing strategies and execution, drive our offering line profitability, work alongside major technology vendors like Microsoft, and manage agency support.

You’re the perfect fit for this role if you:

  • Have a university qualification in business, marketing or a similar field

  • Have plenty of experience developing and nurturing great client relationships

  • Take pride in delivering a great customer experience

  • Have had a hand in digital marketing

  • Have great communication

  • Are practical and solutions-focused

  • Put your strategic, analytical mind to good use

  • Are willing to learn new things

  • Genuinely want to make every day better than the last

  • Work to make an impact

  • Don’t mind a bit of travel… even overseas

  • Roll up your sleeves and get the job done

  • Always represent us in a professional and respectful way

Sound like you?

If this is the opportunity you’ve been waiting for, and you’re ready to take on the challenge, we want to hear from you. Send your cover letter and CV to

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