Campaign Manager

City of London, London
Up to £300 per day

Campaign Manager
Global Leading Energy Company
London
£300 Per Day

Are you ready to join one of the global leading energy companies? An excellent opportunity for an experienced Campaign Manager to work with a global leading company. A great opportunity to expand your Pardot experience.

THE COMPANY

The company is one of the market leader in the energy industry, making rapid growth and currently serving millions of consumers across the globe. The company prides itself on customer care and brand experience.

THE ROLE

If you were to become the successful candidate for the Campaign Manager role, the responsibilities would include but not limited to:

* Key-point of contact for all campaign activity, setting up, executing, optimisation
* Build audience segments and develop logic flows
* Complete audits of previous and existing campaigns. Make recommendations reports on how to improve the campaign strategy
* Implement complex campaign coding and segmentation testing within email campaigns

YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

The successful CRM Manager must have the following skills and experience listed below:

* Commercial experience using Pardot
* Managing complex life cycle and multichannel data driven campaigns
* Experience of understanding campaign reporting
* Strong understanding of data and database marketing

THE BENEFITS

* A fast-paced environment in a global leading company
* Excellent opportunity for career development
* Opportunity for flexible working

HOW TO APPLY?

Please register your interest by sending your CV to Patrick Navarro via the Apply link on this page

KEYWORDS

Pardot, Adobe Marketing Cloud, Adobe Campaign, Selligent Makreting Cloud, Salesforce Marketing Cloud, Email Marketing, Campaigns, Social, Optimisation, Automation, Regression, Segmentation, Reporting, E-Commerce, Technology, CRM, Marketing, London, Google Analytics, SMS, Push, HTML, CSS, JavaScript

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