Social Media Adviser | Wellington City
|Position Type:||Fixed Term Full Time|
|Attachments:|| Adviser Social Media JD.pdf (PDF, 438KB)
|Application Close Date:||21-Nov-2017|
- Bring your passion for social media and all things digital to MPI
- Listen to, analyse and report on feedback from our customers
- Utilise your fantastic writing skills to write about the great stories that exist at MPI
The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) provides a critical role in securing New Zealand's economic prosperity. Not only does the Ministry protect New Zealand from biological risk, it works to maximise export opportunities for our primary producers, ensure sector productivity is as high as possible, and that our natural resources are sustainably used.
We are looking for an experienced Social Media Adviser to join our Communications and Channels directorate for 12 months (parental leave cover).
You will be skilled and equipped with a solid understanding of today's ever-changing digital landscape, have a passion for social media and have a strong head for data analysis.
You will have had experience utilising social media in a work context and have strong journalistic skills which will enable you to uncover and write about the great stories that exist everywhere at MPI.
You will be a natural networker who is quickly able to build the profile of social media at MPI, to work with MPI colleagues to source great content, and to see how best to build MPI's networks using social media.
To view the position description and/or apply for the role (submitting a cover letter and current curriculum vitae), please click “APPLY NOW” or visit the MPI Careers Site. For tracking and reporting purposes, all applications must be submitted through our online careers portal.
For detailed information on this role please refer to the position description or contact Koren.Wilkinson@mpi.govt.nz
Applicants must be immediately available for an interview within New Zealand, and must be legally entitled to work in New Zealand.
Applications close 21 November 2017.