Victoria University of Wellington
Wellington - Wairarapa
Ongoing - Full Time
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Victoria University of Wellington is looking for a Senior Communications and Marketing Adviser to lead its communications and marketing initiatives for students.
This is a role which will lead the University’s communications and marketing programme for students. Working closely with senior leaders at the University you will be responsible for developing and implementing a strategy which focuses on the 22,000 students studying at Victoria.
This is an exciting opportunity to work for an organisation who is very focused on the student experience. You will also be working with a team of communications and marketing professionals who are expert in developing a range of communications, written and digital material and use a variety of media to engage with key audiences.
To be successful in this role, you will be a communications and marketing professional with sound experience working on strategic projects. You will also be able to build effective relationships and understand complex issues.
We offer an interesting, fast-paced and challenging working environment and you will be part of a supportive team. This role is based in the Student Academic Services Group but will maintain relationships with several key groups within the University, and will report to the Associate Director, Communications in the Communications and Marketing Group.
This role is part of the University's wider Communications and Marketing group. The group leads the University's internal and external marketing, communications, websites, alumni relations, publishing and events initiatives. The group communicates with more than 2,000 staff, 22,000 students, more than 60,000 alumni and a diverse range of external stakeholders.
For more information, please contact Madeleine Setchell, Director Communications and Marketing on 027 563 5873 or email email@example.com.
Applications close 16 January 2017.
You must be eligible to work in New Zealand to apply for this role.