Assistant Brand Manager - Retail /Client-side ( 2 year contract ) - London
A well-known brand activation agency is looking to hire a confident Assistant Brand Manager on a 2 year contract to work on a massive global brand.
Based in the client’s London offices (30 mins from zone 1) you’ll be working with the roster agencies to support the Brand team working alongside core teams from Strategy & Intelligence, Communications through to Supply Chain, Customer Services and Legal.
You’ll have bags of energy, work well under pressure most likely, you’re a talented Brand Assistant ready for a step up or an Assistant Brand Manager looking for a new challenge. You are a natural problem solver, can think quickly on your feet with strong analytical, project management and financial competence. You're down to earth, capable of building solid relationships and are an excellent communicator.
- Managing the 360 implementation and delivery of ATL/BTL programmes
- Developing and managing strong internal relationships
- Work closely and collaboratively with the internal and external teams to develop briefs
- Develop and manage critical time paths for on-time delivery
- Identify relevant consumer targets
- support internal and external research teams in the development of consumer
- Assist in the development of ATL creative, (TV, Radio, Press, Outdoor, Digital (including Social & PPC)
- To proactively manage all budgets
- Previous brand and campaign management experience, agency or client-side.
- Proven communicator with ability to exert credible influence over project teams
- Good creative judgement
- Commercial awareness and financial acumen
- Very strong people skills
This is an incredibly exciting opportunity to propel your career in brand management and marketing to the next level whilst working for one of best brands in the world.
Interested in the role? Then click "Apply" and submit your CV along with a few lines on why you think you have the wow factor.
To considered for this role, candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.
Whilst every effort is made to contact everyone who applies, due to a high number of applications we are unable to give individual feedback to those who are unsuccessful.