PR and Social Media Advisor
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- Job Listing Date
- 2 Dec 2019
- Auckland, Auckland Central
- Work Type
- Part Time
- Marketing & Communications, Digital & Search Marketing
PR and social media advisor
About Food Marketing
Food Marketing is a PR, Social Media and Advertising Agency for small to medium sized food businesses.
The primary tasks include negotiating editorial features across all media channels; creating original Social Media content for mostly food clients. A keen interest in cooking & a genuine passion for food is essential.Photography & design skills are useful as taking plated food images or pack shots for Social Media is part of the role. Understanding how Social Media works for a business is useful too.The role is interesting & varied with lots of client & media contact. The role can be adapted to suit a contractor or permanent part time. Days are Tuesday, Wednesday Thursday, extra hours are available & working remotely is an option. The role may suit a talented Communications/Marketing/Chef graduate with the skills required or a professional with 1-5 years experience looking for part time work & flexibility for work life balance. Remuneration is based on skills & experience. Handy city fringe location opposite the Ellerslie train station, parking is provided. Start date Monday February 3, 2020. Please send a covering letter & CV to email@example.com
- 1-5 years experience across Communications PR & Social Media content creation.
- Copy-writing, experience crafting press releases.
- Genuine passion and knowledge about food & cooking essential.
- Highly social media savvy and computer literate
- Well-organised, with strong people skills
- Ability to meet deadlines and multitask
- Knowledge of digital marketing (Google Ads and Analytics) desirable.
- Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in New Zealand?
- How many years' experience do you have in a marketing role?
- Have you completed a qualification in communications?