Sales, marketing and communications jobs

Our sales, marketing and communications teams recruit permanent, contract and temporary sales and marketing opportunities for a broad range of companies, from SME to large multinational corporations and the public sector.

View the sales, marketing and communications jobs we are currently recruiting throughout New Zealand below:

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Account Manager

Salary: Base + Car

Location: Auckland

Date Posted: 10 January 2017

A fantastic opportunity for an experienced Account Manager to work for one of New Zealand's leading employee support services companies. You'll be in charge of managing a large established portfolio of corporate businesses to provide them with professional employment assistance and develop partnerships for business transformations.
Project Coordinator

Salary: Competitive Annual Salary

Location: Wellington Central

Date Posted: 22 December 2016

As a Project Coordinator you will ensure all deliverables are met, as well as establishing new projects to develop Māori land.
Legal Counsel

Salary: Competitive

Location: Wellington

Date Posted: 22 December 2016

Todd Corporation is a New Zealand owned organisation and has been in business here for 140 years. Today it has six operating divisions covering energy, minerals, property development, healthcare, food and technology. Experience in wholesale and retail energy can be very valuable experience as it’s a niche area of law with only occasional openings at this level and therefore can lead to a range of higher roles in the New Zealand industry or abroad.
Solicitor

Salary: Competitive

Location: Wellington

Date Posted: 22 December 2016

In-house role essential to regulation of New Zealand’s capital markets Lawyers with 2-3 years’ pqe in banking and finance / commercial corporate law are encouraged to apply. Internal and external stakeholder engagement essential. NZX lawyers offer advice to listed entities on compliance and applications under the listing rules.
Programme Manager

Salary: Competitive Salary

Location: Wellington Central

Date Posted: 21 December 2016

This role is a key contributor to the overall strategic context for the Ministry and its international portfolio.
Business Analyst

Salary: Additional

Location: Wellington

Date Posted: 19 December 2016

Te Tumu Paeroa is an independent, professional trustee organisation which protects and grows assets on behalf of over 95,000 Māori landowners. We manage 2,000 trusts, companies and joint ventures across 100,000 hectares of Māori freehold land. Te Tumu Paeroa offers a range of services including: trust and property management; registry; payments and scholarship administration; investment and commercial development.
Junior Strategy Consultant

Salary: Competitive

Location: Wellington

Date Posted: 18 December 2016

The role offers a great mix of client facing work and research and analysis which will ensure you will develop your full range of skills.
Manager – Issuer Transactions

Salary: Additional benefits

Location: Wellington

Date Posted: 11 December 2016

NZX Regulation performs an important role in the operation and regulation of NZX’s securities and derivatives markets. The Manager – Issuer Transactions will achieve success by providing leadership to junior colleagues on complex applications. A day-in-the-life of an NZX lawyer is varied, including working on IPOs and new listings, secondary offerings and debt offers, and major transactions. Work closely with the operations teams at NZX, issuers and their legal advisers, and the FMA.
Senior Management Accountant

Salary: Competitive salary

Location: Wellington

Date Posted: 8 December 2016

Land Information New Zealand (LINZ) is a New Zealand government department responsible for land titles, geodetic and cadastral survey systems, topographic information, hydrographic information, managing Crown property and a variety of other functions.
Project Coordinator

Salary: Competitive Annual Salary

Location: Wellington Central

Date Posted: 29 November 2016

As a Project Coordinator you will ensure all deliverables are met, as well as establishing new projects to develop Māori land.