This is one of the largest independent retailers in the UK, with over 400 trading outlets. They have created a new role where the experienced candidate is to determine brand recognition requirements and then plan and deliver appropriate engagement strategies.
Be the lead custodian of the brands (across all trading businesses) managing all brand
communications from Group and local teams.
Plan and deliver the marketing strategy for each of our trading businesses using an omni-channel
Develop, lead and promote our Corporate Responsibility strategy.
Using the PR Team, proactively lead all external communications across all channels.
Maximise the use of traditional and digital channels for customer communication and engagement.
Ensure consistency in our brand tone of voice across all channels and across all customer and
Effective leadership and development of the Brand Engagement and PR Teams.
Ensure that our store / home and online activity and brand promotion is clearly aligned.
Qualified to degree level with an expertise in Communications, PR or Marketing
Must have a very high standard of verbal and written English, supported by a higher
An experienced PR practitioner with at least 5 years industry experience in an in-house or agency PR role
Knowledge and experience of marketing and brand promotion, including experience in traditional, web content and social marketing
Knowledge of Corporate Responsibility within the marketplace
Team leadership experience
We request that candidates send their CV as a Microsoft Word document where possible.
Quest Search and Selection is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.
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