£38,000 - £45,000 plus car allowance and other benefits
Based: West of London
This is a classic brand manager role on a much-loved brand that is at the strategic heart of the organisation and looking to continually innovate and seek for growth opportunities. You will own the marketing budget, have full through the line comms exposure, and be a brand champion within the business.
Our Ideal Candidate
You will have a strong FMCG brand management background; ideally an established brand manager with an eye on moving to Senior Brand Manager level within the next 12 to 18 months. You will be passionate about consumers, naturally motivated and inquisitive: driven by insight and consumer behaviour. You will be brave enough to challenge the status quo and influence colleagues and have a track record of delivering results for your brands to date.
Our client is part of a major food business with a portfolio of well-known and much loved FMCG brands. With a lean structure and positive, non-bureaucratic approach, they invest heavily in training and development and brands and have consistently offered excellent career development opportunities both in company and across the wider group locally and internationally. They have a flexible working environment including hot desking and the ability to work remotely up to 2 days a week.
The Tarsh Partnership is committed to finding the right roles for talented candidates. We are a leading name in marketing recruitment and have significant marketing recruitment experience working with brand management, communications, category management and insight / research specialists. If you would like to discuss this role, or any other roles that might be suitable, please e-mail or call one of the team now on 020 7849 6875.
If you don’t feel this role is quite right for you but think you know someone who might be suitable do please pass this advert on. We do offer a recommend a friend scheme and you could receive £200 of John Lewis vouchers should your recommended friend be offered and accept the role.