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Digital Content & Marketing Manager/ Kaiwhakahaere Kaupapa Matihiko, Whakatairanga

Auckland Arts Festival/Te Ahurei Toi o Tāmaki

Job details

Organisation
Auckland Arts Festival
Closes
13 Sep 2021
Region
Auckland
Work type
Full time employment, Fixed Term
Work classification
Marketing & Media, Performing Arts

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The Marketing and Communications team at Auckland Arts Festival/ Te Ahurei Toi o Tāmaki (AAF) seeks a new and crucial role – Digital Content & Marketing Manager/ Kaiwhakahaere Kaupapa Matihiko, Whakatairanga.

This person will be key in ensuring that AAF’s digital presence - both organically and through paid advertising – is thriving. The major focus in this role is strategising and implementing AAF’s organic and paid content calendar across social media, web content, Google, and EDMs. This is in addition to implementing digital advertising needs for other media outlets as well as delivering digital objectives for AAF sponsors and partners, among other responsibilities. 

AAF is a globally recognised celebration of art and culture taking place each March in Aotearoa/New Zealand’s largest city. Presented annually, the 18-day event celebrates people and culture, and showcases the cultural diversity and vibrant energy of Tāmaki Makaurau/Auckland.

The Digital Content & Marketing Manager is an exciting position that acknowledges the growing need for strategy and focus in online arts marketing. Creativity, organisation, time-management, attention to detail, copywriting and content creation capabilities are integral for the idea candidate.

This is a full-time, fixed-term position, commencing September 2021 until April 2022

How to apply

Please apply by email with CV and cover letter to hr@aaf.co.nz by Monday 13, September 2021, 5pm. Only applicants with the right to work in NZ may apply.

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Auckland Arts Festival

1 Sep 2021

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