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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.
This is a B2B Marketing Management role for a company within the construction industry. The successful candidate will be responsible for developing strategic marketing plans, managing budgets, and coordinating cross-functional teams to ensure the successful implementation of campaigns that drive lead generation and business growth.
12 month maternity cover Start ASAP 1-2 days office based in Rubery (near Bromsgrove) 3-4 days working remotely Salary 50k
As the Marketing Manager you will be responsible for the marketing and communications of this growing B2B organisation.
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.
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.
As a Marketing Manager you will lead the development and execution of comprehensive brand strategies, ensuring consistent messaging and positioning across all platforms to enhance the group's reputation as a leading education services provider.Collaborating with cross-functional teams, you will drive integrated marketing campaigns, manage the Content Hub, and play a pivotal role in generating cross-sales opportunities.
An excellent opportunity to work with for a leading FMCG Business, taking ownership of the development and implementation of the marketing strategy.
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.
As the Marketing Manager you will have overall responsibility for the marketing strategy and plans of allocated events.
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!
An exciting Marketing Manager role in a household name charity, with the opportunity to manage multiple areas of marketing. The role is split into the strategic planning of the marketing strategy, alongside hands on marketing.
If you have experience planning and executing B2B marketing plans/campaigns I'd love to talk to you about this opportunity with a Liverpool based Skincare brand.
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.
Fantastic opportunity for a marketing manager to join a leading global risk management consultancy.
As a Marketing Manager in our SMB, you will be responsible for developing and executing comprehensive marketing strategies to drive business growth and enhance our brand presence in the B2B market.
A new B2B Marketing Manager position for an SME Telecommunications company based in Leigh. This will be a full mix Marketing role involving campaign management, and implementing the overall marketing strategy.
A fantastic opportunity to join a public sector organisation as a Marketing Manager.
Marketing Manager - Brand Marketing Manager - Account Manager ( Marketing Agency) Charity - Third Sector- c£45-46.8k per annum.12 Month + Contract - ASAP Start - Cheadle Manchester
Our client is seeking a Digital Marketing Manager to lead their digital marketing initiatives, strengthen brand awareness, foster customer acquisition, and drive online sales.
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.
An exciting opportunity to working for a growing FMCG Business, who are going from strength to strength. As the Digital Marketing Manager you will manage the end to end customer experience to increase revenue growth.
The role is an exciting managerial role within a household name charity to manage their email marketing. The role is a mix of strategic and hands on requirements, with people management as well.
A fantastic short term contract opportunity for a Performance Marketing Manager to look after a team of 3 whilst also managing the digital acquisition activity across paid social, PPC and affiliates.
The Shopper Marketing Manager will develop, orchestrate, implement and activate integrated Channel Marketing Plans to improve brand health, consideration, preference and purchase intention for core products in the UK & Ireland markets.
A leading global conference and training organisation dedicated to fostering industry innovation and advancement. With a focus on providing cutting-edge insights and networking opportunities, they empower professionals to stay ahead in their respective fields through high-quality, industry-specific events and programs.
The role is incredibly broad and you will be responsible for preparing the annual and monthly sales and marketing plans, driving brand awareness and visitor numbers, identifying emerging markets and potential new customers (B2B and B2C) and overseeing all digital marketing across Meta, Google and CRM. One of your first tasks will be to onboard digital marketing agencies of your choice.
We are working with a high growth, purpose driven consumer finance business who are looking to hire a Senior Marketing Manager into their growing marketing team in order to own the customer engagement and retention strategy, managing a small team. This role is based in London.
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The role of a marketing executive varies significantly depending on the size of their employer. At SMEs, people in marketing executive jobs tend to be in entry-level or graduate roles, while at larger organisations, a marketing executive is often a more senior position that features above a number of more junior marketing roles. Generally speaking, marketing-executives work to support the marketing function of their organisation through tasks including planning, event organisation, distribution, advertising, public relations, content production, social media, data, and research. This makes them marketing generalists who can turn their hand to any task requested of them.
No matter the seniority level of the marketing executive role in question, people within these jobs generally must complete similar tasks. Overseeing and developing marketing campaigns, which involves conducting research and data analysis in order to define and segment brand audiences is often a large part of their day-to-day role. They will also play a big part in ideating campaigns, reporting the results, and devising the overall marketing strategy. People in marketing executive jobs can also be expected to take on the bulk of content creation, whether this means writing and sub-editing copy, or creating graphics or video.
They will also need to be able to maintain the company website and social media channels. Organising and promoting events is another frequent task that falls within the remit of a marketing executive. They may also play a part in coordinating internal marketing, and contributing to the company culture and branding of their organisation. People in marketing executive roles will typically use a customer relationship management (CRM) system on a daily basis. Finally, they may be tasked with compiling and distributing financial and statistical information from the marketing department.
The primary function of a marketing executive is to support the marketing function in any way required of them. At smaller businesses this may mean they are the only employee within the marketing team. It gives people in marketing executive jobs a lot more responsibility, and means their decision making skills must be second to none. Within larger organisations, they may simply be required to do what is asked of them by the Marketing Manager or Marketing Director.
There are many hard skills involved required for the role of marketing executive, especially around content production and performance measurement. These include writing, graphic design, video shooting and editing, social media, data science, and web development skills. Candidates for such roles should also exhibit strong commercial awareness and numerical skills. General IT skills are non-negotiable in this role, while commercial awareness is also a must. In terms of the soft skills required for marketing-executives, creativity, teamwork, and communication skills are high on the list. Strong attention to detail, adaptability, and organisation and planning skills should come naturally to people who want to go into this field.
Marketing executive jobs are open to all graduates, with some roles also open to school leavers too, depending on the company. However, a degree or professional qualification in subjects including, communications, marketing, advertising, PR, psychology, business, management, or data science will make candidates particularly appealing to prospective employers. If the marketing executive role is dedicated to a particular niche such as digital marketing, data-driven marketing, or influencer marketing, for example then the qualifications required will be more relevant to that specific discipline.
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