Quintessential Innovation (Quin Design)
Quintessential Design (you can call us Quin) is looking for an outstanding Performance Marketing Officer to add to our team! We are in search for an enthusiastic and dedicated specialist to enhance our presence digitally. You will be innovating and tracking all points of Quin’s digital presence for maximum reach.
A top-notch Performance Marketing Officer will be leading the planning, implementation, optimisation and reporting of performance marketing initiatives to help drive traffic and maximise ROI across Quin’s socials.
It helps if you’re obsessed with bikes, riding or traveling.
WHAT YOU’LL Do
WHAT YOU ARE
YOU’RE AN EXCELLENT COMMUNICATOR
Every part of creating phenomenal knowledge and documentation repositories require excellent communication skills. Whether it is communicating with your team to ensure information is accessible smoothly, or designing documentation libraries to educate the riders and the team, this skill is of paramount importance. You know how to be convincing, direct, and professional. You always see criticism as constructive.
You are committed to the mission of making essential, simple and crucial knowledge hub through information procured that improve customer experience & the team’s problem-solving capabilities in practical ways. You welcome the challenge. You are a self-starter and take initiative on any projects assigned. You are not afraid to admit mistakes and you fix what you can right away.
YOU GET THINGS DONE
You’re a multitasking machine. You follow through on every request, no matter how big or small. You keep your cool under pressure and know how to prioritize your responsibilities. And when you need help, you’re not afraid to ask.
YOU’RE SELF MOTIVATED
You see something that can be improved, and you don’t wait for permission to fix it. You have a strong desire to make Quin Design a world-class Company.
YOU’RE A PROBLEM SOLVER AND STRATEGIC THINKER; YOU CONNECT ALL THE DOTS.
We find ways of getting it done at Quin. We don’t invest time on why it can’t be done. You know how to articulate and roll out solutions, recognizing there are many solutions to the same problem. You find new and effective ways to streamline and create processes to increase efficiency.