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Marketing Campaign Executive (38k - Hybrid - Global Company)

Job Description

Fantastic opportunity for an experienced Marketing Campaign Executive to join a leading Global Law Firm. This organisation deals with telecommunications, and they are transforming the digital infrastructure of Northern Ireland!

This proves to be a fantastic opportunity for someone who wants to progress their career and widen their knowledge in a Global organisation that places immense value on their staff. This firm offers real routes for progression, and is one of the best places for an individual who is looking to progress their career.

This role will be Hybrid working - 3 days in State of the Art Belfast City Centre offices, 2 days at Home.This is a Monday - Friday position. Permanent.

There will be Progression opportunities from this role into Managerial positions.


£30,000 - £38,000 + Real Progression Opportunity & Additional Fantastic Benefits and Perks


  • Coordinate and deliver client facing, strategic, multichannel content marketing campaigns, working with stakeholders and creative professionals across a global network
  • Execute work to advance content marketing strategy, creative execution, channel development, and departmental processes - Support Content and campaigns team Senior managers on the coordination and delivery of high-level content marketing campaigns
  • Liaise with multiple teams throughout the delivery and distribution of campaigns,
  • Communicate with stakeholders, including business development professionals
  • Create and maintain project timelines, efficiently managing the campaign process
  • Brief creative design, social media assets, and digital deliverables
  • Write and edit marketing copy for different platforms such as social media and internal communications
  • Analyse metrics and create reports on campaign performance

The Ideal Person:

  • High level understanding of advertising & digital marketing
  • Previous experience in Campaign Management
  • Experience in dealing with omni channel marketing campaigns
  • Experience measuring campaign performance and using support tools such as digital analytics tools including Google Analytics
  • A creative and critical thinker with a passion for content

For further information on this opportunity, or any other position in Northern Ireland, please apply via the link below or contact Jack Groves on 02890330250 or in the strictest confidence.

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