- Love the variety and breadth of international business?
- Do you have a passion for high impact communications and marketing?
- Looking for the chance to hone your management and stakeholder engagement capability?
Our purpose is to help New Zealand's smartest and most forward thinking companies grow internationally - bigger, better and faster - for the benefit of New Zealand.
As our Regional Marketing and Communications Manager - and part of our European Leadership team - you will work to develop and implement aligned, targeted, best practice marketing, communications and event strategies that leverage opportunities for NZ businesses to grow across Europe.
You'll look to maximise media and stakeholder communication opportunities for our Customers by collaborating with our MarComms teams based in New Zealand and around the world. You'll champion thought leadership, content, digital media, public relations, media and event management to build awareness of kiwi business and share the stories of NZ companies with a global audience.
You'll be a communications specialist with a strong understanding of media, PR, marketing practice and metrics. You'll thrive in a fast-paced environment, and have experience working across various functions and teams. Your eye for detail, stakeholder management skills and ability to influence will be second-to-none. Ideally, you'll have some previous leadership experience as you'll be leading a direct report. You'll join a lively and highly-engaged team within an organisation that is passionate about growing the New Zealand economy.
We are looking for someone who has a strong strategic focus but also has a willingness to roll your sleeves up and take a hands-on approach to ensure delivery.
If you have an understanding of the European market and are energised by the idea of working in a complex global environment, apply now!
To be considered for the role, you must hold current working eligibility in the United Kingdom. Relocation benefits will not be applicable.
Applications close Sunday 16 October 2016 at 11am British Summer Time (Sunday 16 October at 11pm NZ time).