Only candidates with the right to work in New Zealand will be considered for this role. Please proceed to application.
Constellation Brands New Zealand is the country’s #1 exporter of wine to the US, with our brands Kim Crawford and Nobilo driving category growth across the Pacific.
Here at home and in Australia, our innovation continues to hit store shelves with Crafters Union, Selaks Taste Collection and more.
Our people and brands are what set us apart from the competition, to carry out our vision of creating brands worth reaching for.
About the Role
The Constellation Brands Communications and Community Manager works closely with team members from all facets of Constellation Brands Asia Pacific, to ensure key messages and initiatives are communicated both internally and externally.
This role is ultimately responsible for our communication strategy and plans, ensuring the success of internal channels, interactions with media and other key external channels.
Benefits and Culture
We love to celebrate our successes with an annual bonus and long-term incentive programme are some of the amazing benefits for this role.
In today’s connected world, we also offer a diverse range of flexible working opportunities, in fact it was this initiative that gave us the title of one of NZ’s most innovate HR teams in 2019.
We are members of Diversity Works NZ and 2019 finalists in two of their award categories as well as a key sponsor of the NZ Wine, Women in Wine initiative.
Constellation Brands is a member of Diversity Works New Zealand. We are committed to diversity and inclusion. We value and encourage participation of all applicants regardless of their background.
Apply now, or contact Julie Basset on 09 412 4822 for a confidential conversation.
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