Marketing Executive - Magazines, Dunedin, Allied Press Limited

Published 2022-06-23
Expires 2022-07-23
ID #1056259339
Marketing Executive - Magazines, Dunedin, Allied Press Limited
New Zealand, Otago, Dunedin,
Published June 23, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Marketing executive - magazines

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We are looking for a fun-loving, talented, and creative marketing executive to join the Allied Press Magazines team on a part-time basis (20 hours per week). This is a rare opportunity to be a part of an award-winning media company, joining a tight-knit team who work hard but laugh even harder.

Based in Christchurch, this is an incredibly varied and exciting role covering all facets of marketing. You will play a part in a diverse stable of publications, with subject matters ranging from rugby stars to practical gardening advice through to the latest fashion trends. You will need to be an extremely organised multi-tasker, have a creative eye and be a whizz with words.

Some key responsibilities include:

Creating and managing campaigns to grow audiences and develop revenue streams
Website management and strategy overview
Attracting and interacting with communities and online audiences through social media
Subscription management and renewals 
Overseeing EDM schedules for a variety of magazines
Magazine branding and promotion
Event planning for relevant trade shows 
Client and partnership liaison 
Data analysis and presentation to relevant internal groups

The ideal candidate will be:

Experienced – Ideally you will have two years of experience in a marketing role, as well as marketing or communications related qualification. 
A quick learner - Who is comfortable using marketing tools and programmes such as MS Office, ElasticEmail/MailChimp, Survey Monkey, Wordpress and Meta business suite. Basic design and photography skills would also be an advantage.
Creative – we need someone to constantly deliver fresh ideas and keep on top of current trends.
Passionate, positive and proactive – joining a small team of like-minded people.
Flexible – able to work across multiple projects at once with varying tasks and competing demands.
Deadline focused – personal time management is crucial in this fast-paced environment.
Approachable – you will be dealing with all departments from sales to editorial, as well as clients and suppliers.

If this sounds like a role that excites you, we’d love to hear from you! Apply now with your cover letter and CV.

Please note you must have the right to work in New Zealand to apply for this role. Applicants must be vaccinated against COVID-19.

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