Digital Marketing Manager

Oslo
750000kr - 850000kr per annum

Digital Marketing Manager

OSLO, NORWAY

750,000 - 850,000 NOK

I am looking for a digital marketing professional who has at least 5 years of experience and fluency in Norwegian. This role requires a very experienced candidate and someone who is comfortable with change as the company is transitioning!

THE COMPANY

Our company is a leading player in the financial industry, they are soon going to be going through a re-branding and need an experienced digital marketer to help with this.

THE ROLE

In this role you will be responsible of the following:

  • Contributing to improve the customer journey by developing and implementing automated and personalized content that effectively reaches selected audiences
  • Setting and implementing a digital B2B marketing strategy that generates leads and contributes to increased sales of the company's products and services
  • Plan and conduct webinars with our analysis team and the Customer and Sales department
  • Responsibility for search engine optimization and the development of our website as a marketing and profiling channel
  • Responsible for advertising and campaigns in channels such as Facebook, LinkedIn and Google Ads, and contact with agency

THE BENEFITS

  • You will be part of an industry leading company
  • Having a challenging and central role in the company
  • Development and growth opportunities available to you
  • Opportunity to build the department further

YOUR QUALIFICATIONS

To be successful in this role and application you need the following as a minimum:

  • At least 5-8 years of experience from having worked with marketing and / or communication in an agency or business
  • Solid experience of working both strategically and operationally with digital B2B marketing, and can show that you have achieved positive and measurable results
  • Experience with and masters most of the following tools: Facebook Business Manager, LinkedIn Campaign Manager, marketing automation tools such as Pardot or Hubspot, Google Analytics 360, publishing tools such as Umbraco or Wordpress, Google Ads and Adobe software Photoshop and InDesign
  • Very good written and oral skills in Norwegian. Also masters English well, both written and oral

HOW TO APPLY

Please register your interest by sending your CV to Chantelle Mynhardt via the Apply link on this page

KEYWORDS

GOOGLE ANALYTICS, GOOGLE ADS, FACEBOOK MANAGER, DIGITAL MARKETING, CONTENT MANAGER, DIGITAL ANALYTICS, GOOGLE SEARCH CONSOLE, PARDOT, AUTOMATION TOOLS, LINKEDIN CAMPAIGN MANAGER,

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