Marketing Manager – Scholarly
Posted on: Tuesday 31 October, 2017
We are seeking a Marketing Manager to join this new start-up team of a scholarly digital solutions company based in London. Our client is an organisation focusing on aiding science research funders in decision making, and this role will focus on a newly developed product which provides the latest insights and reporting for publishers, researchers, institutions and funders.
They are looking for a highly motivated and creative Marketing Manager to help them expand their marketing activities and support marketing and sales teams. The Marketing Manager will shape and implement marketing plans , run events and manage campaigns across their target markets.
This is a fabulous opportunity to be part of a new and innovative start-up division within a broader organisation and key responsibilities will involve:
•Providing input into the marketing strategy
•Creating marketing collaterals
•Working with the sales team to plan and execute marketing and sales campaigns
•Organise events and coordinating conference attendance and submissions
•Organising, promoting and running webinars
•Reporting on the outcomes of marketing and sales activities
We are looking for exceptional individual who has a strong grounding in marketing and has experience within the scholarly environment or institutional bodies.
Required skills and experience
•Significant demonstrable experience in a marketing role within the scholarly industry (publishing, funding or institutional)
•Excellent time management and a proactive attitude
•Strong knowledge of scholarly workflows and academic publishing
•A high level of attention to detail
•Demonstrable ability to produce engaging content
•Experience of briefing external designers
•Experience of running or supporting events
•Experience of briefing designers and proficient in InDesign
This role offers flexible working arrangements and a very competitive salary.
For further information on this fantastic role, please forward your CV outlining your salary expectations and availability.