Marketing Career Recruitment’s client is to the forefront of the Irish Property market for more than 50 years – their experts combine entrepreneurial spirit and a deep understanding of specialist property sectors with the highest standards of client care. This is a really progressive and exciting culture to work in and the Irish operation is part of an international network of more than 24,000 employees in 500 offices and associates throughout the world.
They seek a Head of Marketing - an experienced marketer to join their successful business based in Dublin’s city centre. The successful candidate will partner with the MD, Chairman and divisional heads, with responsibility for providing comprehensive and insightful marketing support to the commercial and residential businesses and the brands in Ireland. In this hands-on role you will have responsibility for driving and implementing the marketing strategy, brand management and corporate communications.
You will be experienced in the world of B2B, B2C and client–facing marketing with the confidence and ability to challenge and influence the status quo. You will have experience of delivering to marketing objectives in a highly commercial way, enhancing a strong corporate brand, with strong analytical and excellent communication and relationship skills.
The ideal candidate will have a relevant professional qualification, e.g. Marketing Degree or Post-Graduate qualification, ideally with a recent Digital Marketing qualification and 8 years experience operating in an expert team, preferably in a B2B marketing role. At interview you will demonstrate your achievements to date in your marketing career and your suitability to hit the ground running in his exciting and hands on role – you will have strong influencing skills and will be a collaborative leader of the marketing team of 5.
If you feel you are ready for this type of challenge and would like to apply, please email email@example.com or view www.marketingcareerrecruitment.com experts in Recruiting Marketing Talent in Ireland.