Marketing Projects Adviser

Recruiter
Adam Recruitment Ltd
Location
London
Salary
30000.0000
Posted
19 Mar 2017
Closes
18 Apr 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Marketing Projects Adviser | Professional Services | London

My client is a high profile International Accounting and Advisory firm with a reputation for innovation and exceptional client service. They are looking to recruit a Marketing Projects Adviser to help deliver key campaigns that underpin the firm's marketing & sales strategy, working closely with Business Development Managers and key Partner and Director stakeholders across sectors, streams and regions. As well as providing 'traditional' marketing support, Marketing Projects Advisers will be provided with training to enable them to become 'digital champions'.
Key responsibilities:
*Work with the Marketing and BD Managers to co-ordinate, develop and implement a range of marketing communications campaigns and activity supporting our key campaigns
*Support specific projects related to national campaigns
*Develop skills in digital marketing, working closely with the in-house digital and media teams. This can include:
oContent writing for the web and online PR
oIntegrated marketing strategy, making full use of digital channels
oExperts in email marketing
oReporting and tracking of online activity
*Be able to propose and develop campaigns, events and thought leadership to meet planned objectives
*Increase the effectiveness of the campaigns and the vehicles adopted - including digital and social media
*Be an expert user of CRM systems, client data and Pure 360 and to champion their use
*To be a brand champion for the firm, promoting best practice in this area

The successful candidate will have
*CIM diploma or equivalent accredited (or working towards) or relevant marketing experience
*Marketing experience - 3-5 years' preferably in professional services
*CRM system and Microsoft Package experience is essential
*Event management experience is essential
*Digital marketing communications - experience preferred, especially in the use of social media to support campaigns