PR & Communications Manager

  • Auckland Central

Our client is a research and ratings company that provides consumer education to help consumers make better choices about their purchases. They are looking for a PR and Communications Manager to join their central Auckland team.

This is a small team, bolstered by the support of the Australian office. Reporting to the GM, this role will be a 2IC in the Auckland office, and the primary customer facing role, with the focus of building brand awareness in the NZ market.

This role has a strong analytic focus. Rather than just reporting on the data, you will be able to identify trends and stories in the numbers and have the strong copywriting skills and media pitching nouse to get those stories seen.

You may be a PR Account Manager or have a corporate communications background – and will be commercially savvy and have prior experience in the financial sector (preferably). As these will be your primary clients, being able to talk their language is essential. Proven relationship management experience and media contacts are required.

This is an opportunity to make your mark on a growing business - send your CV to Ginnaya Turner at The Creative Store, email ginnaya@thecreativestore.co.nz, or call Creative Store on (09) 365 1077 for more details. Reference Job: 2986.

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