Marketing Manager

Posted By: Greg Phipps
Salary: Circa £40,000 DOE
Location: North East
Job Type: Permanent
Category: Sales & Marketing

Central Employment are seeking a Marketing Manager, to join a growing and established B2B services driven organisation.  This would be an initial standalone role, with the opportunity to develop an in-house marketing team.  

You will be a confident, enthusiastic, and self-motivated person with a background in B2B marketing either client or agency side, with demonstrable knowledge of marketing theory and practice.

Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Create and implement a marketing plan, across all marketing channels and touch-points
  • Create and edit content for a variety of marketing campaigns
  • Manage the organisations social media accounts
  • Ensure content is on-brand and compliant
  • Push out email marketing campaigns, create and edit content for email campaigns
  • Assist with events, including managing invites, inviting customers, and sending reminders
  • Contribute to planning, organisation and on-the-day execution of events
  • Measuring ROI and reporting on marketing effectiveness

What we’re looking for:

  • Circa 3/5 minimum experience in a similar marketing role, ideally at manager level
  • Experience in marketing using social media such as LinkedIn and Facebook
  • A good communicator, able to turn service information into interesting and engaging content
  • A passion for B2B marketing and ambitious
  • Any experience in technical SEO, PPC or paid social media marketing – desirable but not essential
  • Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite packages such as Photoshop, InDesign or Illustrator.
  • Experience writing interesting PR content and having published in print and online media

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