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If you are en experienced consumer focused marketer with a penchant for digital marketing (whist still having a good grasp of more traditional offline marketing channels), I'd love to talk to you about this opportunity.
The Marketing Director will be accountable for the growth of top line and margin of the retail vertical. You will be responsible for devising, developing and then executing the strategic plan for the business.
A growing retail business are looking for a Head of Marketing to join them as soon as possible to help continue their current success! Based in Kingston Upon Hull, they have a terrific company culture and are dedicated to growing and developing their people!
We are working with a leading financial services business who are looking to hire a Head of Marketing into their growing team. This role will look after their insurance products and will be responsible for managing a team, owning the strategy and working with the business on the delivery. Role is based in London.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a dynamic and results-driven Marketing and Category Director to join our client who is global Fast-Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) manufacturing company based in Shropshire. This role benefits in being part of the SMT team allowing you the opportunity to help shape and mould the company's future.
Fantastic opportunity for a Head of Marketing to join a London based Venture Capital firm
As Head of Student Recruitment, your role will involve spearheading the expansion of student recruitment. This includes attracting and enrolling students from various categories such as adult learners, apprenticeships, higher technical qualifications, and degrees. Your key responsibility will be to guarantee a superior customer experience, ensuring a seamless journey for prospective students from their initial inquiry to their enrolment.
A unique and exciting Marketing Director opportunity to deliver a full suite of marketing campaigns to maximise the Hospitality offering of this global event.
Exciting opportunity to Lead the development and delivery of student recruitment and brand marketing campaigns, across owned, earned and paid for channels, working in partnership with internal colleagues, overseas partners to achieve agreed target student intake numbers for UG and PGT courses and help to build brand awareness of the University.
The key responsibility is to support to the Brand Marketing director & founder to deliver a brand strategy for growth within the beauty industry.
As part of our business growth, we are seeking an experienced Marketing Manager to join our team. You will be a key member of the marketing team working closely with and reporting into the Marketing director with a focus on managing agency relationships and campaigns and supporting all marketing, PR and digital initiatives for the group including increasing brand awareness and driving inbound leading enquiries.
Exciting opportunity to manage marketing activities across multiple faculties and work closely with the Head of Marketing and manage a team of 3 faculty marketing officers.
The post-holder will be a member of the Senior Management Team, which consists of the Chief Executive, Head of Concerts and Programming, Head of Development, Head of Human Resources, Head of Marketing and Head of Participate.
The Marketing Manager will be responsible for the day to day running and management of the marketing team - reporting to the Marketing Director. This role is fast paced and requires someone who is passionate about marketing in a luxury sector, within a high growth business. A results driven individual, who possesses attention to detail and confident communication skills is essential for this role.
The key responsibility is to support to the Brand Marketing director & the supporting sales team to deliver a brand strategy for growth within the beauty industry.
The Marketing Manager will be responsible for the day to day running and management of the marketing team - reporting to the Marketing Director. This role is fast paced and requires someone who is passionate about marketing in a luxury sector, within a high growth business.
Senior Finance Business Partner responsible for the financial and commercial support for the Divisional Sales and Marketing as well as supporting Finance Director on other cross-Divisional programmes.The role is a member of the Senior Leadership Team, and will act as a business partner to the Sales Director, Marketing Director and Music Group leads of the business units.
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Marketing directors may be employed by private companies, charities, public sector bodies, and marketing agencies. Across all employers, the role of people in marketing director jobs is to oversee all of the company’s branding, marketing, and communication strategies. If they work for a small business they may be involved in producing marketing assets themselves, while those at larger organisations will lead the marketing team.
Marketing covers a broad range of responsibilities in a business, and as such, marketing directors have a range of tasks assigned to them. First and foremost, they will need to develop a brand strategy and plan and deliver data driven marketing strategies for the organisation wherever necessary. This involves creating and managing a calendar of marketing events, conducting market research studies, and managing the organisation’s social media channels. They must then report on the performance of each and every marketing campaign, measuring it against clearly established goals and KPIs.
Marketing directors are typically responsible for setting and allocating their company’s annual marketing budget, as well as managing and measuring marketing campaign costs. On a day-to-day basis, a marketing director will guide the day-to-day activities of the marketing team, and provide the tools for their department to work effectively. Finally, they need to be at the cutting-edge of the industry, and be aware of consumer trends and competitor activity, adjusting the marketing plan if and when necessary.
The primary function of a Marketing-Director is to increase the revenue of their organisation by promoting the brand and its products or services through highly effective, data-driven marketing campaigns. These campaigns must deliver return on investment. The marketing director must also keep stakeholders informed as to how well each campaign performs.
Every marketing director must have strong project management skills. They will need to be able to juggle a number of different projects at once, each with a lot of moving parts. Excellent leadership and people management skills are also a must for the vast majority of Marketing Director jobs given that the role often involves taking responsibility for more junior members of staff. Data analysis is one of the most vital skill sets to have for this type of role, and this will only become more important as marketers increasingly rely on data. Marketing directors who are required to produce marketing materials will also require strong professional writing skills, while graphic design, social media, development, UX design, and videography skills would also be useful. Communication skills are vital for professionals in marketing director jobs, as they must engage not only with their own department and important stakeholders, but also connect with the brand’s audiences and represent the company across a number of platforms. Finally, these professionals should be naturally creative in order to engage their audience in an effective manner.
While the qualifications required for a marketing director job will vary from role to role, most employers ask for an undergraduate degree as a minimum. Degrees in marketing or business studies are often favored for this role. Gaining an MA or MBA in a similar subject would also be looked favourably on by employees. However, for some organisations, the marketing director position must be filled by a chartered marketer, accredited by the Chartered Institute of Marketing. Furthermore, employers will typically ask for a minimum of eight years’ experience in marketing before a professional takes on this job title.
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