Central Marketing Delivery Representative job profile
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Central Marketing Delivery Representative job description
We are looking for a marketing team representative to operate locally in-market and report to our central marketing team. This position ensures the delivery of a variety of technologies, products, and initiatives that power our company’s overall success.
Central Marketing Delivery Representative duties and responsibilities
- Ensure delivery of all assigned projects in-market, including marketing automation and core tools.
- Serve as a single point of accountability for various project delivery and support services
- Continually improve the processes and costs of delivery
- Work with central marketing team
Central Marketing Delivery Representative requirements
- BA/BS or equivalent working experience.
- Excellent communicator, both verbal and written.
- Able to juggle multiple projects at once.
- Past experiences in marketing, customer support, and/or IT prefered.
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