We have a fantastic opportunity for a Marketing Manager to join a prestigious academic publisher leading and directing the marketing and campaign strategy across a list of science journals. This is a great opportunity to be a part of the team that is the driving force behind the promotion of some of the worlds most exciting scientific research!
You will work with their academic marketing and science research teams as well as the editorial, sales and product teams to drive the promotion of their science journals, being responsible for developing and implementing strategic marketing plans, campaigns and events for their key journal lists.
Confidence communicating with key stakeholders is an essential part of this role as well as experience in leading strategic marketing campaigns with particular strengths in digital marketing campaigns and systems. You must thrive in a fast paced environment where you will be the lead in directing projects and change.
You will have the ability to demonstrate up to date market knowledge and enjoy developing and implementing new ideas and best practices, reporting confidently on key KPI results and using campaign analysis to continually improve and understand this market. Experience working within publishing would also be beneficial.
This role offers hybrid working with their main offices being based in Oxford and is a fantastic opportunity for a talented marketer to take on a new challenge and make their own mark in this exciting role.
For a full description of the role, please send your CV with a brief paragraph outlining your relevant skills.
Closing Date: Early applications may be prioritised.
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