Fantastic opportunity for an experienced Senior Marketing Executive to join a thriving Food manufacturing company (one of the largest in Ireland, and the most Modern).
This proves to be a fantastic opportunity for someone who wants to progress their career and widen their knowledge in a leading organisation. This company places immense value on their staff, and is one of the best places for an individual who is looking to progress their career.
This is a Hybrid working role (Monday - Friday) - Office is based in Warrenpoint
£40,000 - £45,000 (Negotiable) + Additional Fantastic Benefits and Perks & Progression Opportunities
The Marketing Manager will be responsible for General Marketing, Communications, Social Media, Content Creation, managing both internal and external marketing, managing people, reports etc (Role is very fluid and will change as the company goes - The company is under an amazing Business Transformation stage, and they want someone who can add value to the company during this progressive and exciting time.
- Full Job spec available upon request/application
The Ideal Person:
- Marketing Manager or similar experience
- Experience within Food or Manufacturing preferred
For further information on this opportunity, or any other position in Northern Ireland, please apply via the link below or contact Jack Groves via Vanrath in the strictest confidence.
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