Manager Marketing Operations This is a fantastic career development opportunity for a Senior Account Manager or Senior Project Manager with digital experience. You will be accountable for the delivery of assigned multi-channel tactics, with a strong emphasis on digital (web/mobile). Manage day-to-day multi-channel tactics coordinate internal and external (vendors, agency partners) from concept to delivery. Accountable for the management of the Development, testing and launch phases of all projects. Oversee financial costings through to launch dates. Identify and implement improvement and innovation opportunities within the Marketing Operations functional area. Essential skills included solid digital implementation background, project/program management skills. Strong communication / presentation skills. Creative Recruitment is an equal opportunity employer and do not discriminate based on race, religion, gender, age, sexuality, gender identification, or physical ability.
Fixed Term Contract - 24 months This is an exciting opportunity to assume a key role in a cutting-edge organisation that will sit at the forefront of change across the humanitarian landscape. As our creative, tech savvy Digital Project Manager you will expertly progress the development and implementation of the Humanitarian Leadership Academy's digital presence. The mission of the HLA is to empower people around the world to prepare for and respond to crises in their own countries. The Academy will work with the humanitarian sector and new partners from the technology industry, private sector and universities to help communities become more resilient in the face of disaster and give them the training and skills to respond to crises in their own countries. In this pivotal position your core purpose will be to increase the HLA's reach and access through innovative and user-oriented digital platforms and solutions. You will be a crucial contributor to the Academy's digital strategy, gathering information, completing scoping work, generating ingenious solutions and building and managing partnerships. The post will afford an inspiring individual considerable scope to make their mark, effect change and impress. Key Responsibilities: ï¿½ï¿½Overseeing the successful implementation of specific digital projects. ï¿½ï¿½Providing central co-ordination of digital projects in the areas of Learning, Marketing and Communications, Knowledge and Evidence, and Academy Centres. ï¿½ï¿½Leading on the tendering and negotiating of agreements with suppliers, agencies and partners. ï¿½ï¿½Maintaining a resourcing plan and arranging the procurement of resources in a timely manner. ï¿½ï¿½Establishing and enacting a risk management plan. To succeed in the role of Digital Project Manager you'll need: ï¿½ï¿½Substantial project management experience, involving the development and implementation of digital functions on a comparable scale. ï¿½ï¿½Significant experience of commercial off-the-shelf business application services and products, and expert knowledge of software development lifecycles. ï¿½ï¿½A background solving complex digital function issues. ï¿½ï¿½The ability to develop successful relationships with corporate partners. ï¿½ï¿½Robust understanding of information security principles. We're looking for an innovative, confident and resilient individual, an outstanding decision-maker who's able to challenge conventional thinking / ways of working, and who can present complex digital issues in a simple manner. To thrive in this role you'll be an established communicator, impulsive networker and a natural collaborator. With your help we'll create excellence in the humanitarian sector - and prevent the suffering of millions of people who face crises worldwide. The Humanitarian Leadership Academy is the future of humanitarian response. Be part of the solution. Join us in preventing the greatest humanitarian crisis of our time. For further information about the Humanitarian Leadership Academy's aims please visit our website: www.humanitarianleadershipacademy.org To apply please visit the Save the Children website Closing Date: 3rd May 2015
Consumer Insight Manager (Qual and Quant) Propel are currently working with a huge publisher, who employ more than 10,000 people worldwide and generate annual revenues of around €3bn (£2.5bn). They are a true success story in the modern publishing field. They have taken their traditional roots into the modern market, giving their publishing assets the scale they need to compete with the growing challenges to their business in the digital era. They are now looking to grow their UK digital team and are recruiting across a number of positions. This is a great opportunity to join a huge publisher who have an outstanding creative and commercial track record, with a passion for publishing the best books both online and in print. The company has a great culture and you will have the opportunity to be supported by some of the best publishing minds in the world and given the resources to take on the digital industry. The role of Consumer Insight Manager: As Consumer Insight Manager you will report to the Head of Consumer Insight and work as part of the wider Consumer and Digital Department including Marketing and Product development. You will play an important role in supporting traditional and digital publishing and consumer-facing brands and activities. Leading and managing research into children’s and youth brands, authors and digital products, you will also have responsibility for research into non-fiction genres, brands and titles. This is a newly-created role in a small but highly ambitious in-house team and they’re looking for someone who can bring fresh thinking, ideas and enthusiasm and deliver impactful and inspiring insights. Key responsibilities: -Manage a range of qualitative and quantitative research projects - including panel surveys, commissioning and managing research agencies, running focus groups in-house, and using data from syndicated and industry surveys -Lead a programme of children’s and youth research -Build relationships with and influence key stakeholders to use insights to drive publishing strategy Experience required of the Consumer Insight Manager: -Strong ad hoc quantitative and qualitative research experience from an agency or clientside role -Experience of liaising with and influencing stakeholders both internally and externally -Confidence in managing research projects from start to finish and advising on research methods -Great questionnaire design skills and an interest in engaging survey design -Ability to interpret research findings into commercial insights -Excellent PowerPoint and presentation skills Propel are the UK’s largest independent provider of permanent and contract recruitment services to the global digital economy, specialising in commercial, marketing, technical and creative talent. Services advertised by Propel are those of an Agency and/or an Employment Business. Please be aware that we receive a high volume of applications for our roles, many from people who meet or exceed the requirements. Whilst we try to respond to as many applicants as possible, you can assume that you have not been selected for interview if you do not hear from us within 14 days.
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