Molson Coors Brewing Company

Marketing Executive Ireland (Secondment)

Posted Date 1 week ago(12/02/2018 15:13)
Job ID
2018-9730
Regional Location
Dublin

Job Advertisement

Marketing Executive – 12month Fixed Term Contract - Maynooth, Ireland

Overview

Do you want to work on some of Ireland’s Fastest growing beer brands & be part of a high performing marketing team? A place where you can develop your Marketing skills along the way within a highly energetic and high performing environment and team? We are looking for a Marketing Execuitve to join us, initially on a 12 month fixed term contract.

 

You will be responsible for supporting the delivery of the brand activity and communications in the plan to consistent high standards.  Consistent application of internal process and delivery of work in accordance to all external guidelines.  

 

To develop own core marketing skills, disciplines and experience, and develop further.

Responsibilities

  • To deliver the activity in the marketing plan using a high standard of project management to feed into the businesses processes as demanded.
  • Support the delivery of Through the Line Marketing campaigns throughout the year including planning & implementation of defined elements within the plan.
  • To understand and deliver insights through post activity analysis.
  • To play a key role in the expansion of the portfolio in market and to work cross functionally to deliver day one brilliant execution.
  • Work cross functionally to support with the delivery of high standards of selling tools, compliance and evaluation.
  • To manage assigned budgets effectively and accurately, always able to produce a clear summary of the current budget status including opportunities and risks

Qualifications

Required - Degree level

Skills - good relationship-building capability, a strong team player and contributor. 

Desirable- Experience in Brand/ Consumer Marketing, Agency, Customer marketing, Category management or Sales roles

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