Marketing and PR Manager

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An exciting opportunity has opened for a Marketing and PR Manager to join a leading consumer tech business, based in London. This innovative firm is looking for a dynamic and driven individual to join their talented team to be heavily involved in the brand’s growth and innovation plans.

This role primarily revolves around the goal of increasing brand awareness to engage and retain a larger customer profile. You will create compelling and original marketing campaigns that tell a story to publish across various online media platforms. As a Manager, you will constantly be tracking new market trends and developments to keep material relevant and up-to-date. You will use various marketing channels to optimise brand presence, as well as coordinating PR campaigns and community events.

Extensive experience working in a communications background is essential, with a deep understanding of media relations and social media platforms. Your passion for marketing has led you to have created inventive campaigns previously, with a strategic mindset to organise and prioritise multiple projects. You have impeccable communications skills to lead and motivate a team of talented marketers, with the drive and forward-thinking approach to meet business growth plans.

My client offers a salary of £40,000 - £50,000 with unique company bonuses and benefits. If this sounds like the right step-up from your current role, to take the reins and make it your own, please contact Jasmin Eastwood with your CV to apply and find out more
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  • CV-280724
  • Permanent
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