|Location||North Shore City, Auckland|
|Listed||Fri 1 Jun, 1:29 pm|
|Type||Full time, Permanent|
We are looking for candidates with sound business acumen to research and produce our conferences.
Our Conference Creators research and write the content, working directly with key industry contacts and professional bodies, and constantly monitor industry developments.
Have you always fancied a job where you:
- Have direct access to top levels of New Zealand business?
- Build your own business networks?
- Face the challenge of getting inside a new industry every few weeks?
Then what better job, than one that's all about tracking government and business trends, legislative impacts and gaining a full understanding of New Zealand's many different job roles. If your nose is always in the business pages noting these things, then we suggest you come and talk to us about a role where you research and produce business conferences, all in a supportive learning environment.
The successful applicant will need to demonstrate that he or she is:
- An excellent communicator who thrives on connecting with people
- Someone who loves creating content and writing copy
- New Zealand business and government savvy
- Capable of grasping concepts quickly
- Inquisitive, investigative, innovative
- Motivated by taking responsibility for your own projects
- Capable of managing yourself through to tight deadlines
- Always able to demonstrate impeccable written language
The right candidate will have a business related tertiary qualification and commercial experience (perhaps, but not necessarily, in journalism, marketing, communications, international business, accounting or law). Or, if you're a sharp, recent graduate looking to gain immediate, broad commercial experience, this may be the position for you. For more about working with us, visit our website and look for the "Working for us" tab under "Our Team".
If this sounds good to you, send your CV and a covering letter to: Paula Cleghorn, email@example.com. Please take the time in your covering letter to let us know why you really want to come and work for us and how you'll be great at the job. To be considered, all CVs must be accompanied by a covering letter.