£45000 - £60000 per annum + bonus + car or car allowance + benefits
about 2 years ago
SHOPPER MARKETING MANAGER- FMCG
You will be part of an exciting team and company where you can implement your ideas and insights to create plans for market and develop high impact results working cross-functionally to increase sales and ROI.
CANDIDATES MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
Be a key retail expert.
Work toward assigned budgets, maintain a healthy agency relationship and ensure ROI's are maximised.
Demonstrates the ability to apply macro trends, insights, channel, competition and industry knowledge to influence.
Strong creative thinker with the proven ability to development and activate innovative solutions.
Ability to work across several brands and channels
Use your innate ability and passion to understand your consumer to deliver valuable insights to the business.
Create alignment with the Category Team.
AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY:
Drive customer engagement through range planning
Develop comprehensive marketing plans and programmes
Utilise the research insights for specific channel and category plans
Interpret and analyze retail opportunities to grow the business
Grow, maintain and develop internal and external partnerships.
Ability to prioritize work load and work well within the Marketing Team
Up to £60,000 dependent on experience level + car or car allowance + bonus + benefits
Office and home based split
We request that candidates send their CV as a Microsoft Word document where possible.
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