Senior Marketing Executive, Oxford -
A highly-renowned publishing company based in Oxfordshire, are looking for a passionate Senior Marketing Executive to join their successful and growing team. You will need at least two years marketing experience, ideally within a campaign planning and implementation background. In this role you will be working across global teams and representing journal brands at international conferences, therefore, some international travel may be required. This role is filled with exciting possibilities so a positive mindset with an ability to embrace change and manage a challenging, yet dynamic workload would make you perfect for this position.
As a Senior Marketing Executive, you will be playing a vital role in creating the strategic marketing plans that deliver successful results for the company, via a combination of online and offline marketing. On a day-to-day basis you will be using your demonstrable experience in PPC, online advertising, email marketing, events and collateral development to execute the individual elements of the marketing strategy. In the other part of your role, you will be using a range of communicational skills to create strong and nurtured relationships with clients, you will liaise externally via telephone, face-to-face meetings, email and at conferences. Having excellent organisational skills, and the ability to manage a budget whilst remaining positive under pressure would be a real asset to this role.
Due to the location of the office, this role is commutable from Thame, Wallingford, Oxford, Abingdon, Didcot, Wantage, Farringdon, Carterton, Woodstock, Kidlington, Bicester, Charlbury and High Wycombe.
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