Date Published
June 13, 2018 (11 days ago)
Location
Birmingham, West Midlands, United Kingdom
Job Type
Category
Consultant
Claire Needham
Role
Junior / Exec Level
Job Reference
BSMCN8130_1528898428
Salary (£)
Negotiable
Hours
Full-Time
Specialism
Client Side / In-house
Sector
B2B

Description

My client, a B2B business require an Interim Marketing Coordinator to be located at their Head Office in Birmingham. This 10 month FTC position is covering a maternity leave and will report into the Marketing & Communications Manager.

This exciting role will specifically support the branch network and local marketing initiatives to drive sales and footfall at the branches.

This challenging role will provide marketing support and advice to operations to increase market share within the local branches; it will support the branches with their requests for POS, local advertising, SMS, trade events;help the development of robust launch campaigns; liaise with internal stakeholders to agree individual campaigns, content etc; brief and work with external agencies to ensure delivery and briefing of artwork designs; obtain competitive quotes for creative, print and media; ensure marketing collateral is consistent with branch guidelines; budget management and control.

This role requires a confident Marketing professional who can challenge when necessary and who has at least 2-3 years previous experience of the full marketing mix. You must be able to work to tight deadlines, be a strong communicator and have excellent attention to detail.

The location of my client in Birmingham is commutable from locations such as Redditch, Bromsgrove, Stratford upon Avon, Solihull, Worcester, Shirley, Bournville, Leamington Spa and all areas within Birmingham. Suitable candidates for this Interim Marketing Coordinator position will be currently working in a Marketing Officer, Marketing Executive, Marketing Assistant position and ideally have B2B experience.

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