Media Content Strategist Opportunity at Major Auckland Media Group…
Be where the world is moving… creative stories well told…
The communications and media worlds are changing rapidly and you know you need to be where the action is. You understand the challenges that paid, owned and earned media present in being able to communicate effectively with audiences that are more cynical and elusive than ever to reach in relevant ways.
You have worked, or are working, in an environment of multi-platform solutions where messages have to resonate with different audience types across social, digital and offline channels based on clear insight-driven strategies.
You will be working in a communications agency or media owner environment and are looking to further your strategic planning abilities with a media company that is undergoing significant change as it faces up to the realities of audience fragmentation and consumer demand for personalisation of media delivery.
This Auckland-based media owner is looking to fill an important strategic role… Content Strategy Manager to convert market and consumer insights into great ideas that convert into multi-platform solutions that drive incremental revenue for the group.
Centrally situated in the Auckland CBD, this major media entity is at the forefront of content creation through its media channels. You will lead a team of Content Strategists across agency, direct and regional sales teams in developing strategies that answer client business strategies.
The role requires a collaborative approach with emphasis on culture and team fit…working in a team environment is critical to the success in the role. Proactivity is key… this is not a ‘follower’ role.
If you get ‘Content’ as opposed to ‘Advertising’, this role could be the next step for you.
Send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting Ref. 5522SP or simply click on the ‘Apply via Email’ tab.
Please note: You must be eligible to work in NZ to apply for this role.
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