A superb opportunity has arisen for a Campaign Manager to join the busy marketing team of a very successful nationwide business, which is the market leader in its field of expertise. This is a very hands-on role, which will involve all aspects of campaign management, implementation, and analysis.
As Campaign Manager, you will be proactively implementing and managing marketing campaigns, with an emphasis on activity within direct channels, press, DM, and web, as well as participating in the preparation of campaign plans, and managing on-going campaign activity on time and within budget. The role will involve working with corporate partnerships, managing the development of advertising materials and ensuring compliance with brand guidelines, reviewing campaign recommendations, analysing and summarising performance of marketing campaigns, understanding issues and opportunities within direct channels, and delivering ad hoc projects.
As a person, you should have at least three years’ experience, particularly including direct marketing skills, and ideally gained within the financial services or utilities sector. You will need a proven record of translating product propositions into effective marketing materials and of understanding and refining campaign activity, as well as a good understanding of the print and production process, and the ability to communicate a brand identity. Alongside this, you should ideally be of graduate calibre or have professional marketing qualifications, and should be IT literate, with excellent communication and influencing skills.
To be considered for the role, you should will have excellent communication skills, confident yet approachable personality, flexible and enthusiastic. This company is looking for someone who will share their goals and show concern for their values, and who can ensure others within the company have a similarly clear understanding. So if this sounds like the role for you, send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org, or call Hannah Fox on 0121 355 0955 for more information.