Kia mahi ngātahi mō Pōneke mō tōna āpōpō.
Working together for Wellington's future.
• Storytelling role with an organisation of huge interest to Wellingtonians
• A focus on developing content for news media and online
• Permanent and full-time role
The council has big plans, ambition and passion for Wellington's people and places. We're looking for someone who can communicate our progress towards our vision that Wellington is 'an inclusive place where talent wants to live'.
In this role you'll:
• develop content quickly and to a high standard for diverse audiences
• identify media stories, liaise with journalists and write information for the media
• develop content for our online story-telling, including the web and social media (if you can tell stories using visual content, it's a plus)
• find out what information our customers want, and know if we're meeting their needs.
Apply online now or for more information, please contact Frosine Wallace, Communications Coordinator, Frosine.firstname.lastname@example.org
To apply for this job, please go to our job site www.careers.wellington.govt.nz/home and enter the job code 20389STP.
Applications close 9.00am on Friday, 26 October 2018.
We're looking for people who share our passion for Wellington and have the same values that we do - to make our city an even better place to live and work.
Don't mind Sky. Sport is still great! They will bounce back!!!
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Totally ... possibly the worst branding I've seen for quite a while. Isn't a brand supposed to be memorable and meaningful?
Basically it means creative agency merges with digital media agency ... and these guys are supposed to be gurus in communication lol
Love the song which i think is why it has so many hits on ytube- people trying to find out who sings it- but the comments section is disabled.
Classic Roy. Really nice.
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