TRADE PARTNERSHIP MANAGER, NEW ZEALAND

Territory 

New Zealand
Tourism Fiji has an opportunity for a highly enthusiastic individual who is passionate about tourism in Fiji, to be part of the team in Auckland and champion trade strategy and activities in the New Zealand market.
 
The role is full time and reports to the Regional Manager New Zealand. The Trade Partnerships Manager is responsible for developing trade objectives and strategies, with the implementation very much “hands on”.
 
Key requirements for the role are a Bachelor’s Degree with ideally 4 years experience in a similar role with proven experience in trade initiatives, industry engagement, and management of trade shows and familiarisations.
 
The person we are looking for must have the passion, experience, and skills to help drive visitor numbers from New Zealand to Fiji, a key source market for this island nation.
 
Applications close at 4pm on Friday 06 September 2019.
 
Please send your application, with a covering letter, resume and salary expectation via email to vacancy [at] tourismfiji [dot] com [dot] fj

For more information contact Sonya Lawson, Regional Manager NZ slawson [at] tourismfiji [dot] com [dot] fj

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TRADE PARTNERSHIPS MANAGER, NEW ZEALAND

Tourism Fiji has an opportunity for a highly enthusiastic individual who is passionate about tourism in Fiji, to be part of the team in Auckland and champion trade strategy and activities in the New Zealand market.
 
The role is full time and reports to the Regional Manager New Zealand. The Trade Partnerships Manager is responsible for developing trade objectives and strategies, with the implementation very much “hands on”.
 

TRADE PARTNERSHIP MANAGER, NEW ZEALAND

Tourism Fiji has an opportunity for a highly enthusiastic individual who is passionate about tourism in Fiji, to be part of the team in Auckland and champion trade strategy and activities in the New Zealand market.
 
The role is full time and reports to the Regional Manager New Zealand. The Trade Partnerships Manager is responsible for developing trade objectives and strategies, with the implementation very much “hands on”.