Marketing Manager - Branded Food

Employer
D R Newitt
Location
London
Salary
Negotiable around £50-60k + bonus + benefits
Closing date
24 Sep 2020

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Business Sector
Food & Drink
Function
Marketing
Location
Berkshire, Hertfordshire, London (Greater), South East England
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Are you a Marketing Manager or SBM in the south east looking for a challenging role with career progression where you can grow brands, market share, innovate and drive the business forward?

These food brands are in growth and there is ongoing work to keep building and maintaining brand equity and the relationships with top 4 retailers.

This person will join the senior leadership team and be a trusted influence on brand marketing and innovation and the role can ultimately be a path to a marketing director role.

This role will manage an ABM and will help the shape and grow the team in time.

If you are from a branded food background and looking for an environment where you can lead and influence this role could be for you. 

Please apply today for a confidential discussion with Richard Parsons at D R Newitt.

D R Newitt are Food, Drink and FMCG recruitment specialists providing permanent and interim recruitment services: 

We offer Headhunting, Search & Selection and Advertising services across the following disciplines:
•    Sales
•    Marketing and Category
•    Executive
•    Supply Chain / Buying
•    Technical / Quality
•    NPD / Process / Development Chefs
•    Operations / Manufacturing
•    Engineering
•    HR and Finance

To enquire about a specific role or to have a confidential discussion about your career path, call or email us:

  • Edinburgh Office 0131 226 5060 
  • Manchester Office 0161 833 0181

Register@drnewitt.com

Contact Us
  • 38 Melville Street
  • Edinburgh
  • EH3 7HA
  • GB
  • 0131 226 5060
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