Database Marketing Executive - Better Placed - Marketing People
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|Company:||Better Placed - Marketing People|
|Job Categories:||Market Analyst Jobs|
Our client is a leading consumer retail brand, an organisation with an extensive store network and a business that has considerable investment and growth plans for 2012. The business is currently looking to grow its database marketing team with the recruitment of a Database Marketing Executive to join their head office marketing function based in Leeds. This Database Marketing Executive role is a key position within the database marketing team and requires a data savvy marketer who has experience in data selection and/or DM. This is a challenging role working with an extensive customer file, selecting data for campaigns and working with the data and creative agencies compiling targeted campaigns. Candidates will ideally need to have experience of working with a significantly sized database for marketing purposes and have experience of SQL. Sector experience is not that important but financial services, leisure or retail experience would prove advantageous. Candidates who don't have extensive marketing experience but have strong excel capabilities and understand the value of data and analysis within marketing could also prove of interest.