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Digital Marketing Executive – Harpercollins Publishers New Zealand

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Are you looking to take the next step in your marketing career? 

Here’s an exciting opportunity to join a small, vibrant marketing and communications team. 

HarperCollins NZ is committed to publishing distinctive, high-profile local non-fiction.  We are part of a multi-national company that publishes an exciting and varied list of fiction, non-fiction and children’s authors.

As Digital Marketing Executive, you would work closely with the marcoms team to further develop and enhance HarperCollins’ promotional mix, with a strong focus on digital and social media, to help create eye-catching campaigns.

Responsibilities include: 

  • Supporting the marcoms team across all marketing and publicity activities, with a strong focus on digital and social media.
  • Developing a social media strategy, with a focus on growth and engagement
  • Development and implementation of digital and social media campaigns
  • Content creation
  • Management of social media accounts and company EDMs
  • Website maintenance
  • Planning and production of point-of-sale and sales material

About you:

  • Minimum 2 years marketing experience in the book industry or similar
  • A digital guru who has interest and experience with managing digital channels and advertising
  • Good understanding of the digital marketing landscape and a curiosity in exploring new opportunities
  • Creative, organised, excellent communications skills, deadline-driven
  • Excellent copy writing skills
  • Proficiency InDesign and Photoshop
  • Preferably a marketing, communications or public relations degree

At HarperCollins ANZ we are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace. We invite candidates of all ages, races, religions, genders, sexual orientation and people with disability to apply for this or any other advertised role on offer.

If this sounds like you, apply now! Only successful candidates will be contacted for an interview.

https://www.seek.com.au/job/57868071

 

Applicants wanted for Guardians Kaitiaki of the Alexander Turnbull Library

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The Department of Internal Affairs is seeking candidates to be a general member of the Guardians Kaitiaki of the Alexander Turnbull Library (Guardians Kaitiaki). Guardians Kaitiaki advise the Minister Responsible for the National Library on key matters relating to the operation of the Alexander Turnbull Library, including:

  • the capacity of the Library to acquire documents to be used for the purposes of research, scholarship, or mātauranga Māori, or by other libraries and the people of New Zealand;
  • the provision of services to enable access and research using the collections of the Library;
  • decisions made by the Chief Librarian to make documents from the collections of the Library available for public exhibition; and
  • the appropriate and adequate protection of the collection in the Library.

There is one Guardian Kaitiaki position available with members appointed for three-year terms. Applications can be sent to appointments@dia.govt.nz and close 5pm, Friday 19th August.

For more information, including a candidate information sheet and expression of interest form can be found at https://www.dia.govt.nz/Appointments-to-Statutory-Bodies.

Applicants wanted for the Library and Information Advisory Commission

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The Department of Internal Affairs is seeking candidates to be a general member of the Library and Information Advisory Commission (LIAC). LIAC advises the Minister of Internal Affairs, as the responsible Minister for the National Library of New Zealand, on:

  • library and information issues, including mātauranga Māori, and access to library and information services;
  • the role of library and information services, including mātauranga Māori, in the cultural and economic life of New Zealand; and
  • any other matters requested by the Minister.

There is one LIAC position available with members appointed for three-year terms. Applications can be sent to appointments@dia.govt.nz and close 5pm, Friday 19th August.

For more information, including a candidate information sheet and expression of interest form can be found at https://www.dia.govt.nz/Appointments-to-Statutory-Bodies.