Lidar Marketing Specialist

Triad Resourcing
Milton Keynes
04 Oct 2017
02 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Lidar Marketing Specialist Brief Overview Triad are looking for a Geospatial Specialist. The role of is to work within the Marketing team to bring technical knowledge to support marketing projects and initiatives. Your focus will be to combine your technical knowledge with competitor, market and trend information to support with marketing messages and campaigns. You may have never worked within marketing and if so training will be provided. Experience with Laser Scanning, data handling (2D/3D), software and workflows, Lidar/GIS measurement tools is a pre-requisite. Responsibilities - To enrich the marketing knowledge and approach with technical information - Maintain insight and research on the market, competitors, industries and trends - Support product launches - Assist content creation for Educational packages - To update and transfer knowledge on insight and research across the marketing team Experience/Key Skills - Surveying or engineering background - Experience with Laser Scanning, data handling (2D/3D), software and workflows, Lidar, GIS. - Have an interest and/or working knowledge of marketing - Communication skills, writing skills, experience of presenting to groups - Fluent working knowledge of Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel, Powerpoint) Desirable Skills - Experience with software geared towards producing learning resources. - Having worked with 3D CAD Packages before would be viewed favorably Qualifications - A Bachelor's degree in Surveying or Engineering Other information If this role is of interest to you or you would like more information, please contact Matthew Goodman or submit your application now. Triad is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all suitably qualified people regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief. Triad Group Plc acts as an Employment Agency for this permanent position.
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