Junior Brand Manager

Location
Central London
Salary
£34,000 - £35,000 per annum
Posted
21 August 2017
Closes
19 September 2017
Ref
20888
Job Function
Brand / Product
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

This is a fantastic JBM role within an innovative, premium alcohol brand. In this position you will be working closely with the Global Marketing Director and distribution partners for development and delivery of campaign activity across both the on and off trade.  

 

You will have industry experience (drinks) and a proven track record working with the off trade and have experience working with UK grocery/retailers. You will be comfortable creating pitches/ presentations to deliver to on-premise managed accounts, and have successfully developed on-trade collateral including POS and NPD initiatives regarding the on-trade consumer experience, constantly seeking out new activations to reflect the brand.


You will have experience managing a budget and be a confident communicator and presenter, particularly with distribution partners to ensure an appropriate of voice with the distributor network. 


A digital dab-hand- you will also be tasked with developing the brands digital presence across website, social media and blogs.


This is a full mix and hands on role and you will enjoy the number crunching and data analysis, but also thrive in a creative environments where you will be doing anything from managing events (consumer tastings, staff trainings) though to identifying and securing relevant brand partnerships and ensuring effective collaboration to nurture and develop these relationships.


Drinks (alcohol or on-trade brands) is a must.    

 

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