Senior Media Specialist

  • Auckland Central

Got an absolute passion for media? Sales Legend? On a mission to improve market perception of digital media? Looking for a role where you will work with clients on integrated campaigns that will deliver innovative revenue opportunities for NZME?

This role works to ensure that revenue opportunities are expanded including driving sales campaigns and trade initiatives. Conducting in depth analysis of performance data & providing business insights to develop and implement customer-centric solutions that drive into new markets will be key to this role. It will also be essential to work to raise awareness and understanding of our product offerings within NZME.

Still on the starting block? On offer in return is a kick-ass team of the best in the business who pride themselves on being at the top of their game. Not to be big headed about it though, totally down to earth, high achievers who love nothing more than celebrating when the results show through! Here is a real opportunity to grow and develop your skills, take ownership of a role and in turn your future career. This role will suit someone with the ability to creative solutions for big spending clients!

At NZME we tell it like it is, back ourselves to the hilt, dare to try and love a laugh and some fun along the way. We’re committed to our biggest asset – our talent, ensuring they’re well rewarded, recognized and developed to achieve their career goals in line with our strategic imperatives. We’re in purpose-built new offices in central Auckland and have a barista on site. So what are you waiting for? Get into gear and wow us asap!

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