Marketing Manager Marketing Manager

This managerial role enables you to really change the businesses marketing policy.  You get to decide how the public, business partners and your customers see you.

Job Summary

  • Have an in-depth understanding of the very competitive business environment in which the business operates
  • Help plan marketing campaigns
  • Develop a marketing strategy for what customers want and potential new markets, product development including styles of service, new properties, revamping of existing properties, advertising, public relations and direct selling
  • Develop and promote special events
  • Liaise closely with the management team at national, regional and restaurant level

Skills required

  • Developing business and client relationships (existing and new)
  • People management
  • Imagination, flair and considerable marketing experience
  • Knowledge of your marketplace
  • Marketing strategy
  • Confidence

Qualifications and Training

Most of those entering the world of Marketing today are recent graduates with a University degree. However, with a wide variety of experience and a natural flair it is possible to enter this position without going to University

Salary Expectations

A Marketing Manager can earn between £28,000 and £50,000 a year with an average salary of £37,500.

Salary rates vary depending upon your experience, as well as the company. These figures are only intended as a guide.*

The bonus bits…

Currently one of the most popular career choices for graduates

Allows you to mix you creative with your business and managerial skills

*Figures from December 2015