Marketing&PR

Marketing & PR

​Brand Managers, also known as Marketing Managers, responsible for the perceptions your customer has of your brand. Their aim is to create an instantly recognisable product or service that is regarded positively in the marketplace.

Responsibilities

  • Work closely with external agencies to deliver marketing campaigns

  • Develop custom brand management plans for products/services

  • Report on brand exposure to management

  • Perform market research studies to gather brand data

  • Recruit and manage a team of assistants to execute campaign work

  • Scrutinise existing campaigns and develop solutions

  • Manage a marketing budget

 

Expected Skills

  • A confident communicator at all levels of seniority

  • Degree-level written proficiency

  • Excellent problem-solving ability

  • Rapid learner who is able to react quickly to business needs

  • Exceptional analytical skills

  • Fluent with the entire marketing mix

  • Superb time management and multitasking skills

  • Strong attention to detail and organisational capability

  • Knowledge of the design process

Qualifications

Brand Managers typically have a degree in Marketing, Advertising or similar. It is possible to gain equivalent industry experience by starting as a Marketing Assistant and learning on the job. You would usually need 5+ years industry experience for a Brand Manager position.

Salary

The average salary in the UK for a Brand Manager is £25,000 - £51,000 p.a. These roles often have a bonus or commission scheme in addition to a base salary.

Career Progression

Often the role of Brand Manager leads to a Head of Marketing or Marketing Director role in the future.

Does this sound like a role you may be interested in? Click here to browse a range of roles.

​Merseyside is a county in the North West of England. It is comprised of Knowsley, St Helens, Sefton, Wirral and Liverpool. Merseyside is so named after the river Mersey, which runs through the county. Merseyside boasts excellent transport links across the North and beyond, with regular train travel to London and an international airport. Merseyside also boasts one of the largest collections of listed buildings in the world, with the Docks and historic Waterfront in Liverpool, and the model town of Port Sunlight on the Wirral.

It’s a relatively new county, having only come into existence in 1974.It was previously part of Lancashire and Cheshire, two pre-existing neighbouring counties. Liverpool is the major city within Merseyside; known as a vibrant cultural centre in the UK. Home to many art galleries and museums, Aintree racecourse, two rival football teams and of course, The Beatles. Liverpool is renowned to be a city with a thriving creative and sporting culture that is as diverse as it is passionate.

Outside the city and across the river lies the Wirral Peninsula – an area filled with typically British seaside towns and promenades thanks to being almost entirely surrounded by water. Merseyside is also blessed with beaches to the north, encapsulating both Crosby and Formby. Formby is famed for it’s squirrel reserve, and for *that* beach scene in Peaky Blinders. In fact, much of Peaky Blinders has been filmed in various locations across Merseyside. In recent years it has become a popular film location, particularly in period dramas, and as an alternative to London. The famous Liver building and St George's Hall have been used as sets to represent Gotham in the latest Batman film.

HR Recruitment Manchester
Marketing Recruitment Manchester

Upload Now

So we can start to get to know you from Adam and fully understand your skills, experience and what makes you tick, please upload your CV and/or portfolio, using the upload link below.

Adam Blog

BROWSE OUR BACK CATALOGUE OF CONTENT

002-arrow Created with Sketch.
002-arrow Created with Sketch.

​Sign up to our newsletter