Radio Group Strategist (Auckland) - Maternity Contract

  • Auckland Central - Ponsonby

Are you passionate about radio promotions and looking for the next step in your career?

We are looking for a Radio Group Strategist to join our high performing Radio Integration department to cover maternity leave and work across a designated group of network radio brands.

This role is the pivotal link between Sales and the designated group of radio brands promotional and programming departments, as you create strategic, innovative, and effective insight led responses to deliver customer ROI and positive audience engagement.

You'll be responsible for creating and delivering client campaigns that not only meet briefs but also exceed client expectations for some of MediaWorks largest partners.

As a senior member of the team, you will manage and mentor direct reports while coordinating all client promotional activity for your brands. From brainstorming reactive and proactive ideas to driving revenue growth and everything in-between, this role will see you become a brand champion as you lead the Integration output for your brands.

You'll be an integral part of the Radio Integration team while fostering excellent working relationships on station, with Sales teams and also with agencies and clients.

You'll need to have excellent written and verbal communication, exceptional attention to detail and be a creative thinker. You'll need to be able to work under pressure, handle big personalities and juggle a lot of projects at once. You'll also need to be a keen learner and have commitment to meeting deadlines and exceeding client expectations. The role will be varied and fast paced within a fun team, and a great work environment.

Experience in the radio industry, namely within Integration or Network Promotions is preferred.

Please note: This is a maternity cover contract for approx. 9 - 10 months.

Sound like you? Apply now!

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.​

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