Consumer Marketing Recruitment

Our Consumer Team recruit talented marketing professionals into a range of businesses from small start-ups, well-loved British brands, to some of the largest companies in the FMCG, automotive, retail, travel and leisure industries.

As the consumer marketing recruitment team only work with companies in the B2C space, they fully understand these organisations, and the way that they operate. And because they are in it all day, every day – they keep abreast of the market and know how changes in the external environment can impact marketing departments and hiring. As such, they are able to act quickly and address any challenges head on as a team, with their proactive and nimble approach to recruitment.

From Assistant Brand Managers and Social Media Executives, Category Insight Managers and Graphic Designers, to Ecommerce Managers and Heads of Marketing – we’ve got consumer marketing jobs covered!

Find out more about our areas of expertise: FMCG, E-commerce and Retail, Travel and Leisure, Automotive and Consumer Durables.

Featured Consumer Clients

Consumer Marketing Jobs

£26,000 - £29,000
Leicestershire Loughborough
£35,000 - £40,000
Essex Loughton
£35,000 - £40,000 plus good benefits
Suffolk Newmarket
£26,000 - £28,000
Northamptonshire Pitsford
£35,000 - £45,000
Cambridgeshire Cambridge
£25,000 - £28,000
Cambridgeshire Ely
£32,000 - £39,000 plus bonus scheme and excellent benefits
Suffolk Bury St Edmunds
£21,000 - £27,000 depending on experience
Bedfordshire Bedford
£27,000 - £35,000
Berkshire Maidenhead
£30,00 - £38,000
Suffolk Bury St Edmunds
£25,000 - £35,000
Cambridgeshire Duxford
£45,000 - £55,000
Hertfordshire Baldock
Consumer retail
£70,000 - £80,000 plus benefits
Hertfordshire Stevenage
£20,000 - £23,000
Northampton Kettering
£25,000 - £36,000
Suffolk Bury St Edmunds
£22,000 - £27,000
Hertfordshire Letchworth
£16,000 - £18,000
Northamptonshire Kettering

Consumer Marketing Blogs

Department Stores’ Everyman Appeal May Be Their Downfall

A recent retail announcement has shaken me to the very soles of my little Saltire-patterned socks. The venerable grande dame of Scottish shopping, Jenners department store on Edinburgh’s Princes Street, looks set to leave the iconic premises it has occupied for more than 180 years. To many, this may be yet another tale of regional high street.

False advertising in the fitness industry

The months leading up to the summer are amongst the busiest for the health and fitness industry. As summer holidays approach, the panic to be ‘bikini body ready’ increases. During this time, the first thing so many people do is turn to the latest fitness trends on the market to help them get slim quick..

Green is the new black: Are brands after a PR opportunity?

A plastic revolution Ever since Blue Planet II aired last year, Sir David Attenborough has single-handedly spurred a revolution in the UK. Making us more aware of our plastic consumption, the amount of plastic waste and pollutants in the environment, and highlighting the damage this does to animals and the ecosystem. If we’re being honest,.