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  • 26/05/2012

    £18-24k

    West Yorkshire

    2 exp

    PNSL11020

    Marketing Executive- Healthcare £18-24k

    26/05/2012 West Yorkshire 2 exp PNSL11020

    THIS POSITION IS NO LONGER LIVE

    Our client, a global market leader in their specialist field, is looking to appoint a Marketing Executive to join their successful and growing marketing team. The role will be responsible for implementing and controlling offline and online marketing campaigns, advertising and activities for both B2B and B2C markets.

    The role will involve developing marketing material both online and offline, sign-off, printing and updating of a range of marketing materials including leaflets, forms, policy documents, mailers, newsletters and sales collateral. The role also involves managing customer communications such as surveys, product/pricing changes and monitoring and reporting competitor/market activity. In addition you will be working within other areas including social media, website, email marketing together with some PR and event management.

    You will be a creative marketer with a strong understanding of combining both online and offline marketing channels. In addition, you will have project and relationship management skills and be accomplished at working with third party suppliers including agencies. Finally, you will be comfortable working as part of a team or on an individual basis and possess excellent budget and project management skills.


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