Product Marketing Manager

Recruiter
BMS Marketing
Location
Tamworth
Salary
£30000.00 - £40000.00 pa + pension + Benefits
Posted
12 Jul 2017
Expires
19 Jul 2017
Product Marketing Manager / Brand Manager - FMCG - Tamworth - £30,000 - £40,000 Benefits - Fabulous sought-after beauty industry role - Cradle to grave: NPD, Pricing, Promotions, Marketing - Grow range through innovation and customer driven insight The company for Product Marketing Manager / Brand Manager: This successful FMCG business have a rare opportunity for a talented Product Marketing Manager / Brand Manager to join their marketing team. Working on a particular brand for the business your audience will be the consumer as well as beauty salons. Culturally, this business is very much a family, they enjoy an extremely high staff retention and a friendly, fun environment. The role for Product Marketing Manager / Brand Manager: In a team of 13 you will be managing a growing brand for this business, your role will be to manage the portfolio from cradle to grave and drive innovation to increase sales. - Consumer and customer research and insight, looking at trends in the market. Competitor analysis, gap analysis feeding into NPD - NPD; Drive innovation from your findings, project manage products into range - Liaise with far eastern manufacturing - Brief marketing/online team and designers and manage product launch activities via colleagues/agencies. - Measure sales quarterly, looking for growth The requirements for Product Marketing Manager / Brand Manager: - This would be ideal for Product/Brand/Category Manager looking for a new challenge - Candidates coming up through the ranks will also be considered for this role, i.e. an Assistant Brand Manager looking for a step up - It would be great if you are naturally interested in Beauty, but not a pre-requisite. - Personality is key here, you will be happy to work in a team and communicate well The package for Product Marketing Manager / Brand Manager: - £30,000 - £40,000 - Pension - Staff discount - 23 days bank holidays rising to 25 after 2 years' service