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Marketing Campaigns Manager

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Recruiter Name Quest Search & Selection
Job Title Marketing Campaigns Manager
Job Type Permanent
Industry
Job Functions
Marketing
Public Relations
Salary 25000 - 40000
Start Date ASAP
Our Reference Q96646
Job Advertised over 2 years ago

Job Description

The Company:

Our client is a Global Retail Service provider who are recruiting for a newly created Marketing Campaigns Manager due to their continued growth. In this role, you will be responsible for the profitable planning, creation, deployment, reporting and management of all Campaigns.  This encompasses crew, customer, direct, co-brands campaigns through all communication mediums and supporting all sales channels.

Responsibility:

  • Understand sales patterns and trends to support initiatives to drive customer loyalty and revenue growth, as well as owning and growing engagement via Social Media.
  • Accountable for creating and delivering campaigns annual plan including targets that can be measured and reported on for success.
  • Engage with key stakeholders internally and externally, champion and deliver new commercially-driven strategies, campaigns and relevant marketing.
  • Define and manage campaigns and promotions for all regions, ensuring reporting shows performance of each campaign, create a positive ROI and value add to customer experience.

Additional Responsibility:

  • Monitor and track all sales and performance from all e-marketing campaigns
  • Report on activity at relevant meetings
  • Define and manage Social Media, growing reach, engagement and sales.
  • Support for sales analysis for internal, inter-company and customer use.
  • Create, monitor and drive initiative campaigns including but not limited to crew targets to deliver business KPI’s.
  • Provide regular relevant and up to date promotional analysis, which determines promotion and pricing strategies

Your Work Experience:

  • Experience in either commercial, marketing or analytical role, ideally incorporating a retail or supplier business. Open to agency side.
  • Ability to deliver creative solutions backed by data

Technical Skills: 

  • Excellent customer service understanding, analytical and problem solving skills
  • Detail focused, throughout analysis and systems development
  • Industry aware and understanding of macro and micro influencers
  • Capable of identifying trends and acting on own initiative to identify root causes 
  • Ability to analyse and create relevant data to make commercial and financial business cases upon

Preferred Skills:

  • Speak one European language
  • Excellent internally and externally
  • Highly organised
  • Ability to manage heavy workloads to a tight deadline

Additional:

  • Must be educated to degree level
  • Full driving license
  • Travel up to 25% of the time

This is a great role for someone who has 2-5 years marketing experience within a retail environment. Understanding the full Marketing Mix would be beneficial.

 

 

Ref: Q96646

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