Location: Baughurst, Hampshire
Hours: 9am - 5.30pm
Reporting to: Marketing Manager
Bewley Homes are looking for a Marketing Assistant who is willing to work hard and grow with the company. The Marketing Assistant will support the marketing team with planning, executing, and tracking marketing campaigns, and with the development of new marketing strategies. Their responsibilities may include analysing data to monitor campaigns and evaluate results, creating and managing the production of marketing collateral, helping with launches of new developments, and providing project-specific administrative support.
Day to Day:
- Assist the Marketing Manager and marketing team
- Assist with the production of marketing materials and literature, such as web content, brochures, and emails.
- Assist with the collation of information for promotional literature
- Help organise events and seminars
- Write and proofread copy
- Upload material to the website, online libraries, and marketing department databases
- Help liaise, brief, design, and place advertisements with marketing agency.
- Evaluate marketing campaigns using tracking and analytical software and assess the results
- Help with presentations by assembling videos, slideshows, and analyses of competitors
- Visit and liaise with agents and sales teams
- Encourage other departments in the organisation to take part in promotional activity
- Great interpersonal skills: Marketing assistants need to build relationships with a wide variety of people. A personable manner, a proclivity for team-working and adaptability are all important
- Excellent written and oral skills: Marketing assistants will be called upon to write online or hard copy content for campaigns, so you will need strong copywriting skills. You will also have to regularly deal with clients and suppliers, face to face or on the phone
- IT skills: You will need proficiency in MS Office packages
- Organisational skills: Marketing assistants have to work on multiple projects, meet deadlines and maintain a high level of accuracy
A degree, preferably in marketing or business. Qualifications from the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) or similar are advantageous.