Digital & E-commerce Marketer Wanted

Location: London
To £60,000 + bonus + benefits

Imagine being part of a new future.  Our internationally renowned FMCG food client is a well-established business with a proud history of iconic brands and an exciting future driven by innovation.  A leading authority in their category with revenues in excess of £100m, the UK business is the launch market for all-new food technologies and brands across Europe as the company expands its portfolio within ‘new food’ and wellness sectors.

We need a commercially focussed digital marketer, knowledgeable in marketing technology practices of pure-play and e-grocery retailers with first-hand experience of collaborative programmes and commercial online trading.  Someone who will educate and embed robust and inspiring executions in both customer and consumer universes.

This role will be responsible for all current and future eCommerce digital marketing plans across a branded ambient product portfolio. It will include the essentials in traffic acquisition, user journey, e-comm execution, social media tone and enterprise.

You will be the custodian of content and assets of all brands on the major food platforms, Amazon, Ocado, Tesco and way beyond.  You will work with the sales and marketing teams to optimise retailer website technical capabilities and business processes, customising recommendations to maximise presence for the brands.

We are looking for a determined and sufficiently experienced eCommerce/online savvy marketer with evidence and a track record of early success who will ‘step into’ this new role, reporting to the Head of Marketing.

You will have the self-confidence to own the digital strategy in a company where innovation and growth are paramount. You won't just raise the profile of our client’s brands; you’ll raise yours too.



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