The Marketing Manager will support marketing through the coordination and execution of national marketing initiatives. He or she will partner with merchants and cross-functional marketing teams to understand product priorities, provide creative direction and assets, and secure appropriate approvals in accordance with production timelines. The Marketing Manager will be responsible for the internal and external report out of marketing programs and project status. He or she will also be accountable for budget tracking and management of specific campaigns.
Strong business acumen and ability to understand and communicate BDO’s; Knowledge of the development, management and execution of the sales processes; Knowledge of contact management software including update, maintenance and list generation; Solid writing and editing skills with a focus on developing sales messages; Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office Suite; Prior experience with CRM tools; Excellent organizational and project management skills.
-Bachelors degree in Marketing, Communications, or other related field required.
-Five (5) or more years of marketing-related experience in a professional services
-Experience working in accounting, financial consulting, and business advisory.
-Proficient in Microsoft Office, with an emphasis on Excel.
Where you can receive training for this job:
Any necessary training will be provided on the job.
In Georgia: $85,509 annually
In the nation: $84,788 annually
Personalities suitable for this type of job:
Other relevant info:
Job candidates with strong computer skills are preferred.
Opportunities for advancement are available.
There are 307 jobs currently open for a Marketing Manager position in Atlanta, Georgia. The average salary is $94,659, but it depends on the job.
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