Digital Marketing Executive
|Job Title:||Digital Marketing Executive|
|Salary:||£30000 per annum|
|Contact Name:||Recruitment Team|
|Job Published:||November 09, 2016 14:48|
This is a great opportunity for an experienced digital marketing executive to join an established organisation during an exciting period of growth. The focus of this role will be the creation and management of multi-channel campaigns, the successful candidate will be required to have experience within a digital marketing role (minimum of two years) with first-rate knowledge of social media, branded email marketing, website content management, SEO and strong copywriting skills.
Reporting directly to senior management the responsibilities of the digital marketing executive will include: developing multi-channel campaigns, segmenting and targeting key audiences, overseeing content and development of company website as well as the creation and distribution of email campaigns.
This organisation is well known within their industry and offers fantastic benefits and career development. Due to the location of the offices this role is commutable to those living in Reading, Newbury, Maidenhead, Slough, Oxford, Wallingford, High Wycombe, Wokingham, Basingstoke and Bracknell.
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