Associate Marketing Manager, Field Marketing (R&D)

A great opportunity for someone who is looking to learn from a high caliber team and make a real impact. The role includes responsibility across core marketing activities, including demand generation, events, and digital marketing. If you are resourceful, results-driven, and thrive in a fast-paced environment, this is could be a great way to get your marketing career started.

Location: London or Oxford, UK or Frankfurt, Germany 

Responsibilities 

  • Demand Generation: Execute demand generation campaigns to reach key influencers and decision makers and nurture those who aren’t yet ready to make a buying decision.
  • Events: Organize and coordinate Veeva and industry events, managing well thought out pre- and post-event activities as well as all of the details during the event.
  • Digital Marketing: Support the execution and optimization of outreach programs to engage current and prospective customers, via relevant industry communities including LinkedIn and Twitter.
  • Reporting: Assist with weekly and monthly reporting on marketing program effectiveness.

Requirements

  • Exceptional English communication skills, both verbal and written.
  • Well organized with a very high attention to detail.
  • Ability to manage multiple projects under aggressive timelines and expectations.
  • Some previous marketing experience.
  • Degree in marketing or a relevant field.
Nice to have
  • Experience in a high growth software or technology company.
  • Native language skills in German or Italian. 


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