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Marketing Coordinator

Salary £22000.00 - £28000.00 per annum
Location Nottingham, Nottinghamshire
Job Type Permanent Jobs
Job Ref HQ00042240
Published over 1 year ago

Job Description

Do you want to work for one the most successful clinics in the UK? My client is looking for an individual who has the ability to coordinate the company's marketing strategy.
Key Responsibilities:
To pro-actively manage and support the clinic to create and execute local marketing plans.
To measure the effectiveness of marketing strategies and promotional campaigns in terms of revenue growth, cycle growth, market share, profitability targets, and ROI.
To manage the promotion and publicity of our clinic at national and international conferences, exhibitions, and organise launches of new products and services.
To maintain effective relationships with the media that enhance and protect the clinic's reputation and brand.
To work with senior management to identify and evaluate new business development opportunities, and generate plans to exploit new opportunities.
Keep up to date with all external changes that will affect SEO and PPC, and introduce monitoring and solutions to problems these changes may cause. This will involve industry reading and alert set-up.
To develop promotional materials, manage SEO campaigns and keyword performance.
Promote and maintain our social media accounts including Facebook and Twitter.
Assist with the administration of effective budget management including the raising and recording of all spend.
If you would like more info on the role then apply now

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