We are working with a leading housebuilder looking to recruit a Marketing Manager. The business is looking for a proven new homes marketing professional to lead the Divisional Marketing function across their portfolio of upcoming developments. The role is an FTC maternity cover contract, will be based between head office in Stanmore, London and spilt between site visits and working from home.
Reporting to the Sales and Marketing Director, you will be rewarded with a basic salary of up to £55,000 plus package.
This opportunity would suit an established marketing manager with experience in developing marketing strategies for residential developments. It is a requirement to have worked for a housebuilder.
You will be used to delivering integrated marketing campaigns, working to schedule and managing budgets. You will have experience developing strategy and working with PR and creative agencies. You will have generated direct marketing, have experience in literature production and have coordinated events. You will understand digital marketing campaigns and have set up micro sites to launch and sell sites. You will work closely with the sales team to measure the success of campaigns.
You will be creative, innovative, proactive, a team-player and have a real passion for property. You will be able to manage multiple projects and will be highly organised and able to work to deadlines. It is essential you are self-motivated, able to work within a team and have a hunger and desire to deliver to deadlines and budgets. You will have excellent working knowledge of Microsoft packages and have used CRM systems, email systems and web CMS systems
You will report into the Sales and Marketing Director and on offer is a basic salary of up to £55,000 plus package.
- Marketing experience in New Homes working for a house builder
- Currently a Marketing Manager for a developer
- Creative and able to think outside the box
- A team player.
- Passionate about property.
- Valid UK driving license
N.B. Only applicants who have marketing experience in new homes working for a developer will be considered.