ACME Appointments
£22000 - £23000 per annum + BONUS & EXCELLENT BENS
15 Oct 2016
23 Oct 2016
Contract Type
Are you a marketing graduate who has completed a marketing placement now looking for a new position? OR Are you currently working in Marketing (preferably consumer marketing) seeking your next step? This exciting opportunity would suit someone with a passion for fashion or retail My client is a market leading and successful Fashion Retail Company based in South London / Croydon. They are looking for an experienced B2C Retail Marketing Coordinator to join their marketing department based in their South London / Croydon office. You will ideally have experience working as a Marketing Coordinator in a B2C environment where you have gained exposure to the full marketing mix including events and digital platforms Working closely with the Marketing Manager you will be involved in all aspects of communication, marketing, PR and events management for this unique brand. All marketing and events are created with a fresh and vibrant approach. You will actively be involved in events & promotions, budget tracking, helping with marketing strategy, analysing consumer research, developing & delivering a digital platform & content, dealing with partnerships & project management. The ideal candidate will have a CIM diploma or relevant degree, be IT Literate, have an approachable nature, be able to use own initiative, excellent communicator at all levels, self-motivated, have a creative ability and be highly organised. If you are an ambitious and driven marketing professional who is looking to join a professional company and take the next step in your career, then please apply Due to the number of responses we receive to our advertisements we are unable to respond individually to each application. If you do not hear from us within 7 days you may assume you have not been selected this time - but you are welcome to apply for any future vacancy you feel you are suitable for. Thank you for your interest in Acme Appointments. This job was originally posted as