Are you an ambitious Communications manager with proven experience of creating brand awareness around your product? Are you obsessed with growth and delivering next-level PR campaigns? If this sounds like you, we'd love to speak with you!
Wolt is a Finnish technology company and we’re best known for our food delivery platform. On our mobile app or website, customers can order their favorite meals from our restaurant partners, and either pick their order up or have it delivered by our courier partners.
Just 2 years ago, Wolt operated in 4 countries and 10 cities across the Nordics. Fast forward to today, we’re in 23 countries and over 90 cities across EMEA, servicing over 5M registered users.
We’re now looking for a motivated Marketing Manager to take ownership of the marketing strategy and roadmap in the region. Reporting into the General Manager, you’ll be responsible for ensuring that we optimize our marketing budget and get the most ‘bang for our buck’.
This involves creating campaigns that span multiple channels and boosts both Wolt’s profile and market share in Japan. You’ll be expected to then build strong relationships with partner brands, influencers and the local media and thus need to know how and when to link impactful messages across digital, OOH and press, and then how to utilize your resources effectively.
What you'll be doing:
- Plan and execute proactive communications efforts on both owned and earned channels in Japan.
- Build and maintain strong relationships with key media contacts in Japan.
- Handle in-bound media requests in Japan..
- At times, participate in public discourse as spokesperson for Wolt Japan.
- Advise in social media strategy and at times handle posts and comments.
- Coordinate information flow across our organisation.
- Provide expert advice and strategic council in crisis situations in Japan.
- Develop great written materials (e.g. press releases, blog posts, Q&A’s, social media posts and more) for internal and external use.
- Continuously communicate with internal and external stakeholders.
- Own the relationship with the local external PR agency.
- Act as a point-of-contact for media and event enquiries in Japan.
- Produce supportive assets as needed, for example by sourcing photographers or videographers.