As leaders and innovators in global infrastructure, at Murphy our continuing growth depends on getting our unique message across. As Marketing Manager, you will develop and deliver the campaigns, materials and projects that help drive the business forward.
Murphy is one of a kind – a multi-disciplined engineering and construction company providing a range of services to infrastructure sectors including transportation; water; power; natural resources; and construction & property. Since 1951, we have built up a reputation for ‘one stop’ client service, based on our ability to self-deliver by directly employing, training and developing more than 3,500 skilled staff. Now, as an ambitious Ten Year growth plan enters its decisive phase, we are looking for a Marketing Manager to advance and protect our established brand.
Reporting to the Head of Marketing and Communications, you will develop and deliver our integrated marketing and communications strategies and tactics, employing best in class techniques and using appropriate channels that support business outcomes. You’ll leverage research and perception analysis to drive action plans, and help to establish an integrated marketing campaign approach for client-facing initiatives, including measurement and KPIs. One key concern throughout Murphy is the promotion of best practice in health, safety and environmental matters.
It will be your responsibility to create and develop online and offline content – including a suite of collateral, project profiles, exhibition materials and various digital content. You will work closely with the design team to provide brand management and visual identity quality control and co-ordination, for all brand assets, across all internal and external channels. You will also play a key role in delivering the company digital strategy, including content marketing, website development, social media and integration with any CRM.
We are looking for an accomplished and ambitious marketing professional with four to six years’ similar experience - ideally B2B in a related sector and preferably including work in complex organisations. Highly organised, you should have demonstrable skills across a broad range of marketing channels, with a particular emphasis on digital, especially websites, social media and email marketing. Since you will be expected to direct and develop a Marketing Officer, some supervisory experience would also be preferred.
The key to success in this role will be your ability to hit the ground running, to manage multiple challenging campaigns and activities at the same time and, of course, to be an excellent communicator, at all levels. Our future depends on how well we tell our story.
Closing date: 1st March 2019