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Marketing Eye are looking for a Senior Marketing Executive to join our incredible Melbourne team! We are searching for a hardworking, innovative, creative thinker who has 3 years Marketing experience under their belt.
Marketing Eye is Australia’s most innovative marketing consulting firm where we like to do things a little different to everyone else. Here we have a flat organizational structure, that means – no management. Just a bunch of self-starting, job-sharing millennials that are reaching for the stars.
To find out more about what a career looks like at Marketing Eye, follow the link provided.
But there is a list of things that brilliant marketers do that really make them standout from the the rest.
Over a year, I speak with hundreds of marketers and potentially, more than a thousand entrepreneurs. More recently, interviewing people for roles with our fast-growth company has meant that I have been having conversations with quite a few marketers, many of whom have tried their hand at being entrepreneurs. In fact, more than 30 percent of the marketers in the latest bunch have started a company, and during the job interviewing phase, have said that the company was successful, but either exists no more or is put to the wayside.
High expectations of themselves
Marketing Eye Sydney is looking for a passionate and innovative individual who is ready to drive change and take their career to the next level. Why are we looking to recruit you? We’re expanding our office and in doing so, we need you.
Marketing maven, Tegan Addinsall, a senior marketing manager at Marketing Eye Melbourne came blasting through the front door of the office today with the biggest smile on her face. It was 7.30am in the morning, and although I was at work, I hadn't even put my makeup on and certainly hadn't finished my first cup of coffee.
"I love my job!" proclaimed Tegan. And indeed she does. Every day she comes to work with the biggest smile on her face. She is incredibly smart, and knows her "stuff" better than most. Sometimes annoyingly, she smiles and laughs so much that I want to hit her over the head with a book, so she can come down to my level (not really!).