Head Of Marketing + Engagement, Christchurch, The Building Intelligence Group

Published 2022-09-21
Expires 2022-10-21
ID #1177469210
150 NZ$
Head Of Marketing + Engagement, Christchurch, The Building Intelligence Group
New Zealand, Canterbury, Christchurch,
Published September 21, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Head of marketing + engagement
Min. Salary: 125.000

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Looking for a strategic and highly visible role within a successful and established NZ business? Bring your marketing and comms experience and be part of our evolution.
The Role

As Head of Marketing + Engagement at TBIG you’ll get involved in both the big picture and the creative detail. You’ll sit at the management table but retain strong connections and input into day-to-day marketing and comms activities. In all your interactions you’ll champion our culture and values.

You’ll take the lead developing, managing and delivering the marketing, brand and engagement strategies, supported by an established and high performing Marketing team.

There’s a huge variety to your work, and so many touch points across the entire business. This role will draw on your broad understanding of strategic marketing, and really utilise your innovative thinking and influencing skills.

You’ll be excited by the challenge and pace of this unique role. Here’s a small snapshot of some of what you’ll be doing:
You’ll prepare the Marketing and Comms business plan, aligning with key business objectives
Preparing specific campaign/initiative plans to implement agreed strategies
Participate as part of the TBIG management team, contributing to strategic leadership and wider business management
Leading a team of 3, providing line management which supports the team’s development. Managing workflow, and balancing resource to meet strategic priorities
Develop new marketing tools, presentations and content for use on a range of channels
Lead and manage internal comms initiatives which connect, inform and engage TBIG staff across the business. This is through our internal publications, Sharepoint homepage, national and regional conferences and a range of regular company announcements
Write, and delegate the writing of news stories and articles on project successes, events etc for communication through strategic publications
Support the Business Managers with RFP bid strategy and production, directing the comms team in providing content, design and production. Ensuring consistency of tone and key messaging
Develop and drive social media strategy as part of an overall digital strategy
You’ll also get involved with broader activities supporting the business across Aotearoa, in key areas of business development, our employee value proposition and fostering TBIG culture and values.

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You really do! We want you to enjoy your work! We put a big emphasis on acknowledgement shout outs each month, celebrating the good things you and the team are doing. We recognise you still want to learn, and we encourage that. We’ll support you with networking, upskilling and memberships.

You’ll get a great salary package but there’s more to a rewarding job than that. This includes our support of flexible working, and the way we support you to train and improve your professional skills. There are lots of fun social events with your colleagues, and company health and well-being initiatives such as our Spring Challenge. We give you access and time to use our bespoke Growing Stronger Learning Portal to grow personally as well as professionally. There’s also the opportunity in future to become one of our employee shareholders.

Sound good? Here’s what we need from you:
A proven track record in a broad marketing role, delivering a range of general and targeted marketing strategies.
A relevant qualification in Marketing, Journalism or Communications
Experience of cross-channel and cross-segment marketing strategy
Experience in social media strategy, development and content management
Experience in website strategy and content development
Strategic and technical understanding of digital comms in all forms
Excellent business writing and creative content writing skills
Team leadership experience including workflow delegation and line management
Experience in bid/proposal production
Experience working in MS Office, Adobe CC, Squarespace etc.
Ideally, you’ll have previous experience working in professional services/property or construction fields
You’ll have an awareness and understanding of government objectives in achieving broader outcomes (social/economic/cultural/environmental) from its procurement
You’ll also likely bring other relevant skills, such as PR/media relationship experience, presentation skills training, event creative and management skills, sponsorships knowledge.
You could be described as someone who:
Has a great sense of humour, along with outstanding interpersonal skills, allowing you to relate to our very wide range of stakeholders both internally and externally
Is highly organised to manage and prioritise a busy workload with multiple workstreams
Is known as a consistent leader who can voice their ideas while respecting others
Thinks creatively and laterally, with the ability to adapt their approach to find solutions and achieve goals
Their team loves working with – you’re calm under pressure, and you care. You know how to support them both personally and professionally
You will have googled us by now:

And here’s what you will have found … The Building Intelligence Group (TBIG) is 100% New Zealand owned by over a quarter of our 120+ people. We’re right across Aotearoa and growing. We believe in creating a better New Zealand and we’ve put in place a raft of initiatives to help you grow, and to help influence those we work with and for. We are proud to have worked alongside private, Government and Local Government clients for well over three decades – but most importantly, the reason we’ve stayed strong for so long is because we’re on a journey of continuous improvement together.
Go on – if you’ve read this far and you’re excited, take the next steps…
We’re flexible on location, and open to applicants interested in joining us based in any of our main centres – Auckland, Wellington or Christchurch.

Apply online using the link or visit the Join Us page on our website to connect with any questions. For a full copy of the position description please reach out to Talent Acquisition Coordinator, Talya Nelson via [email protected] (link removed)

Check out https://joinus.tbig.co.nz (link removed) for more insights and to hear our people talking.
We’re not advertising this role with agencies as we have our own inhouse team who would love to talk to you. Any questions, just connect via our Join Us page.

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