Posted on :
22 Mar, 2011
22 Mar, 2011
The Air Traffic and Navigation Services Company Limited of South Africa (ATNS) provides air traffic services throughout the country and is responsible for the provision of the air traffic control and navigation system infrastructure necessary to ensure a safe and effective service.
Applications are invited for the following positions, based at Isando:
Major activities: * Overall responsibility for the development and execution of marketing strategies * Research to identify clients, sector opportunities and competition * Assist in the identification and development of business building ideas and works with other business unit team members to execute marketing plans that meet investment criteria * Co-ordinate marketing programmes with internal and external resources to achieve results (product development, production planning, trade promotion, sales, market research, consultants and advertising agencies) * Analyse market feedback and compare results to established objectives to assure the effectiveness of marketing programmes.
Minimum qualifications: Bachelor’s degree or diploma in Marketing or a related field.
Minimum experience: At least 5 years’ related experience in marketing.
Skills and competencies: * Demonstrated leadership and team skills * Strategic thinking skills * Analytical and problem-solving and strong communication (written and verbal) skills * Creativity
* Results orientation * Multifunctional skill base (financial, operations and marketing) * Persuasiveness and tenacity to sell ideas * High level of initiative and assertiveness.
Interested applicants are requested to register their CVs and apply online at www.atns.co.za and click on ATNS Careers on or before 22 March 2011.
ATNS is an equal opportunity employer that strives to achieve a diverse workforce broadly representative of our people.
These positions will be filled in line with the objectives of ATNS’ Employment Equity Plan and, therefore, candidates from designated groups, as per the Employment Equity Act of 1998, are encouraged to apply.