Our client is a disruptive video content production platform, proving a truly scalable solution for some of the world’s biggest brands, including Google, eBay and Virgin.
Their bespoke platform and technology drastically reduces project timescales and enables their clients to deliver high-quality video content at a fraction of the cost of traditional video agencies.
Currently a team of 12, they are expecting to triple in size in 2018, and as they look to scale globally, they are looking to hire their first Marketer who will be responsible for inbound lead generation.
As the first Marketing professional for the business, you will be responsible for driving demand through data-driven marketing initiatives, whilst developing strategies and processes from scratch.
There are currently no marketing efforts in place, so you will be expected to make suggestions based on the company’s growth objectives and target accounts.
This role will allow you to approach marketing from a unique perspective, utilising your analytical mindset to assess inbound channels and generate more prospective clients through experimentation and testing.
You will also work closely with the sales teams to identify any opportunities for them to drive account growth.
This role requires a start-up marketing expert with proven growth hacking experience. We’re open on backgrounds generally – it’s more important that you can demonstrate a proven ability to grow inbound leads.
You will be a smart, conscientious Marketer with excellent written and verbal communication skills and the ability to operate in an autonomous environment.
It is imperative that you are an analytical person and have the ability to build marketing programmes from scratch. It’s likely you will have more of a technical mind, but it’s essential that you understand the commercial side of marketing too.
This is a stand-alone role with a lot of responsibility, so it would be beneficial for you to have demonstrated positive results in a similar position. Sponsorship is not available for this role.
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