Brand Manager

Job Title: Brand Manager
Location: Hertfordshire
Salary: Up to £50000 per annum + 9 Month Contract
Reference: 15632399
Job Published: April 25, 2018 01:00

Job Description

Are you an experienced Brand Manager with FMCG background and an interest in games business?

Brand Manager - 9 Month Contract - £50,000 - Hertfordshire

Our client is a fast-moving games business known for one of the UK's best-loved consumer brands. They provide great personal and professional development to employees and posses strong company values.

This Brand Manager's role responsibilities will include:

- delivery of 18 months marketing programme, including brand positioning,
strategies & key activities
- monitor & understand commercial performance to escalate issues and trends &
activate tactical & contingency plans.
- develop a set of rolling contingency and tactical plans
- delivery of high quality advertising campaigns
- brand budget management
- Identify opportunities for product evolution & innovation
- end to end customer experience ownership

To be considered for this Brand Manager's role you must meet the following requirements:

- solid FMCG experience preferably in a similar brand
- cross channel communications knowledge such as advertising, sales & media
- understanding of total media market place, specifically TV, press, radio & outdoor
- financial planning and analysis skills
- agency relationship management experience
- knowledge of lottery type games
- new product development experience
- knowledge of commercial aspects of marketing programme management
- P&L management experience

If this sounds like you, please apply now....

Brand Manager - 9 Month Contract - £50,000 - Hertfordshire

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