Head of Global Enterprise Marketing
Head of Global Enterprise Marketing is a full-time role, working 36.5 hours a week. Reporting to our Director of Marketing & Service Deliverly based in London, travelling frequently to our Oxford office.
What does Head of Global Enterprise Marketing do?
You’re a deviser, driver, disruptor and make-it-happen marketing leader. A business-wide influencer, delivering strategies and campaigns that put our new and emerging products & services on the map. Making them ones to watch-and want-worldwide.
Our new business product portfolio is in your hands. Shape it strategically. Galvanise it commercially. Inspire and lead us forward. Here’s how.
The closing date for this role is Friday 30th November 2018.
What we ask of our Head of Global Enterprise Marketing:
Own and drive growth
Define a marketing roadmap and pricing strategy that meets our business targets. Develop initiatives and tactics to drive the growth and uptake of every new product and service across the UK, US and EMEA. Explore new ways to boost their reach and success.
Manage and watch with an eagle eye
Stay on top of budgets: maximise resources and track spending to see how every investment performs. Keep up to speed with what our competitors are doing, what our customers need next, and where the market’s headed. Interpret results and trends, and share insights across the business.
Create campaigns that can’t be ignored
Make your multimedia campaigns meaningful and memorable. Create powerful content, collateral and comms – from tailored messaging to white papers to case studies to digital assets – for launches and beyond.
Collaborate closely to keep ahead
Work as one with our marketing and leadership teams to keep evolving our strategy and bring it to life it in fresh and fearless ways. Coach, motivate and empower people across the board: show them what it takes to stay at the cutting edge.
The skills and experience they bring…
Its essential you will have an In depth knowledge of enterprise marketing and business development in a tech environment.
You are likely to be degree educated, with an MBA in marketing (ideally).
You will have a proven experience of successfully launching new products and services and growing new business streams in a tech environment.
Business, technology and internet savvy – and can easily grasp and translate all things tech into easy-to-understand benefits.
You are as comfortable with the analytical as the creative; a stickler for detail and quality, with a keen mind for interpreting data and research and applying it to our commercial advantage.
You will relish working in all kinds of ways with all kinds of people, and build strong relationships with customers and colleagues alike. You will gladly juggle and multitask across lots of strands of work with varying priorities.