Marketing Manager

  • Full Time
  • Woking
  • £45,000 - £50,000 USD / Year
  • Salary: £45,000 - £50,000

Are you an experienced Marketing Manager looking for a new challenge? Our client based in Woking are looking for a passionate individual to influence the marketing and driving the brand presence and strategic initiatives.

The role of the Marketing Manager is to:
Own and lead on marketing decisions
Work with Directors within the business
Develop and implement marketing strategies
Support with new product launches, attend events and deal with campaigns
Collaborate with the wider teams within the business
Build a social media strategy
Understand customers and build on new ones
Support with the B2C activity and work with sales to improve
Strive to achieve online presence and business objectives
Oversee the production and management of digital materials
Plan and keep on top of the marketing budget provided
Support and guide a small team

To be considered for the Marketing Manager position you will:
Have previous experience working within a Marketing Manager position
Have outstanding attention to detail
Work with passion and strive to achieve more
Previously have managed a team
Maintain previous content and proofreading experience
Have experience working towards budgets

In return our client offers free parking and a great working environment. Please apply for more information on this fantastic Marketing Manager position.

Ref: 07354

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Adele

Director

Adele has worked in the recruitment industry for pretty much her entire life! She started out with a major plc where she rapidly moved through the ranks to become the youngest area manager on record. Following this she ran a 60 branch independent network before taking the plunge in 1994 and starting her own business. By her own admission this was probably one of the scariest things that she has ever done (and she has had 5 kids and had jumped out of an aeroplane at 12,000 feet!).

“After years of managing other people, getting back to the sharp end dealing with employers and candidates at first was terrifying – would I be able to do what I had spent years training others to do? I needn’t have worried, my view that recruitment is not rocket science was reinforced and it was evident that so many people were getting it wrong. By simple caring more and trying harder to get people what they want, my business was a runaway success”