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11 months ago
Better Placed - Marketing People
Salary: £18000 - £25000 per annum
Location: Manchester
Job type: Permanent
Business sector: B2C
Contact: Tom Roberts
Sector: Marketing
Category: Marketing Assistant Jobs, Trade Marketing Jobs, Marketing Executive

The role of Marketing Assistant will cover brand collateral creation and event and project activation, facing both the trade and consumers. This is a stepping stone towards the role of Assistant Brand Manager.

Key responsibilities:

  • Work with the Marketing Team to assist initiating, creating, delivering and monitoring various Consumer & Trade communication programmes, including Above the Line, Social Media, Digital, Consumer & Trade PR and Point of Sale Material.
  • Provide on-going support to relevant areas of the business including Sales, Customer Marketing, Design and Finance.
  • Ad hoc support where required to ensure prompt and efficient service to customers and internal stakeholders.
  • Participate in projects and carry out other duties that may be outside the standard remit that benefit the individual or the Company.

The ideal candidate will ideally have at least one years experience gained in a consumer good business. Candidates with FMCG experience will have an advantage but candidates with exposure to FMCG through an agency setting are also encouraged to apply. You will possess excellent communication skills and will be digitally savvy.

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