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Regional Marketing Manager, Ref:1237

  • Job added:   23 January 2013
  • Salary :   To mid £30,000s
  • Location :   South West & Wales
  • Job Type :   Permanent
  • Company :   Copeland Select
  • Contact :   Julia Pennington

We are seeking a Regional Marketing Manager to work for an automotive manufacturer covering South West England & Wales.  You will work with the manufacturer’s dealer network on all aspects of retail marketing.  You will work on marketing for both passenger cars and light commercial vehicles. The role will be home based and will involve considerable travel across the region as you will need to visit each dealer in your region on a regular basis.  You will be employed via the manufacturer’s marketing agency.

Responsibilities will include:
Developing and implementing marketing plans to help achieve the dealer volume objective and brand development
Identifying local marketing opportunities for dealers
Developing marketing plans for vehicle launches
Providing regular marketing consultancy to the dealers within your region
Ensuring adherence to corporate standards in all marketing communications.
Developing an excellent working relationship with all key dealer personnel, and Head Office

The successful candidate will have:
A background in automotive dealer marketing – Manufacturer/Importer, Agency or Dealer.
Be educated to degree level or equivalent
Demonstrate drive and enthusiasm
Excellent communication skills - written and verbal
Be highly organised and able to work without direct supervision
IT literate

To be considered for this role, please forward your CV and a covering letter to Julia Pennington at Copeland Select, Automotive Recruitment.

Please visit our website: www.copelandselect.co.uk for further marketing opportunities in the Automotive Industry.

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