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May 302017
 

Are you a Marketing Manager with more than 10 years’ experience in pure marketing? Are you looking for your next great challenge? Look no further, our client one of Kenya’s premier Building & Interior Product Companies with various Retail shops is looking to fill the position of a Marketing Manager. The ideal candidate is an accomplished marketing leader who is dynamic, strategic, analytical, and creative with a strong focus on revenue. He / she is expected to think of big ideas, consistently deliver big results and MUST have a minimum of 3 years of experience in senior management.
Key Responsibilities:
• Work with cross-functional groups to identify, develop, and implement marketing programs.
• Work with senior management to identify, engage, and cultivate partner relationships.
• Identify opportunities to increase brand visibility.
• Own and build the Company brand story.
• Ensure messaging and visual brand guidelines are established and adhered to.
• Forecast, measure, analyse and report on the impact of overall marketing activities.
• Manage, motivate and provide direction to entire marketing department.
Qualifications:
• Must have a minimum of 10 years’ experience marketing (with at least 3 years in a senior management).
• Must have a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing.
• A Master’s degree will be an added advantage.
• Must have fundamental understanding of overall business model including role of marketing.
• Must have ability to analyse data – micro and macro – and drive short and midterm strategy.
• Must have a track record of building, leading, motivating and managing high-performing team.
• Demonstrated experience in all facets of marketing.
• Ability to establish standards, analyse data and communicate marketing performance metrics.
• Oversight and detailed management of marketing budget.
• Sharp visual eye for intelligent and effective design.
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