Marketing Manager – Leading Law Firm
A leading legal firm is seeking an enthusiastic Marketing Manager to join their UK marketing team to help deliver a broad range of projects and campaigns to their target audiences.
The firm require an ambitious and strategic Marketing Manager to join their busy in-house marketing team with responsibility for the operational delivery of the firms marketing projects. This role will central to the coherence of the Marketing team, as well as holding line management responsibility for the Marketing & Events Assistant in London and Marketing Executive in Liverpool, you will also deputise for the Senior Marketing Manager. The Marketing team is made up of passionate, creative and eagle-eyed individuals, and they make it their business to raise the bar with every new initiative they take on. With a rebrand on the horizon, the Marketing Manager will be joining at a very exciting time for both the team and the firm. Responsible for cultivating best-in-class integrated marketing strategies and the smooth delivery of tactical and strategic marketing campaigns, the marketing manager will work closely with Business Development colleagues and internal sponsors, including lawyers and business services, and will develop and manage marketing campaigns that are digital-first, client-centric, commercially focused and where required international in scale.
The ideal candidate must be an enthusiastic team player, possess strong marketing and management skills and exhibit creative flair. The Marketing Manager must be able to demonstrate a proven track record of delivering high quality integrated marketing campaigns across multiple channels, including email, social, digital, events and print. Line management experience and proven experience working within the legal industry is highly desirable.
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