Hays are recruiting for a Marketing & Communications manager on behalf of an building services contractor.
Your new company
An established building services contractor for the commercial M&E sectors throughout Europe.
Your new role
As Marketing and Communications Manager you will head up and manage all internal and external marketing and communications requirements within the company. You will be responsible for content creation, development and copywriting for company marketing and communications channels, both digital and print, day-to-day management and updating of company websites and LinkedIn pages, review and streamline company presentations and brochures, manage external event planning, manage the attendance at and promotion of awards in which the company have been shortlisted, management of annual marketing budget to include quarterly reporting on marketing activity and any other duties deemed necessary by Management. This is an ideal role for someone looking to progress into a management position.
What you'll need to succeed
As Marketing and Communications Manager you will have a third level qualification in a marketing or communications discipline or can demonstrate an equivalent level of experience, a minimum of 2 years' experience in heading up a Marketing or Communications role, demonstrated experience of content development for creation of digital and print marketing material, demonstrated experience of website and LinkedIn content management, excellent written and oral communication skills and strong IT skills including proficiency in Microsoft Packages. Desirable if you can demonstrate experience in the handling of media relations, including the writing of press releases, have a minimum of 5 years relevant experience and experience of using Google and LinkedIn Analytics.
What you'll get in return
Salary of £30,000-£40,000 depending on experience, plus in-house training, competitive pension scheme, life assurance scheme, health cash plan, free annual health check during working hours and 30 days annual leave in your new role as marketing manager / communications manager.
What you need to do now
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