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5 months ago
Stopgap
Salary: £50000 per annum + pro rata, 6 months
Location: London
Job type: Contract
Business sector: B2B
Contact: Caroline Simmonds
Sector: Professional/Business Services
Category: Marketing Communications Jobs, Email Marketing Jobs

Are you a Marketing Communications Manager with strong team management and delivery experience, and expertise in managing seminars, webinars and roundtable events?

Marketing Communications Manager - 6 Months - £50,000 pro rata - Central London

Our client is one of the top global law firms which puts its clients at the centre of its business. You will lead a team of 4 and work closely with key business areas to advise and support the delivery of client seminars, webinars and round-table events. You will also support the delivery of UK led emarketing campaigns.

You will be a trusted advisor to the business with a focus on:

- delivering the seminar programme
- client seminar management, including breakfast briefings, roundtables and webinars
- planning and executing client invitations and newsletters
- advocating best practice globally
- league tables submissions
- client communications (printed and e-comms)
- internal comms (writing and submitting articles to promote success of events)
- key messaging for London practices

You will have:
- professional services experience (preferable)
- strong team management and delivery experience
- excellent communications skills

Apply now!

Marketing Communications Manager - 6 Months - £50,000 pro rata - Central London

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