Branding & Marketing Manager

  • Full Time
  • Nottingham
  • Salary Guide: £26,562 - £42,500


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Barrington Watch Winders

Barrington Watch Winders have been trading for over 10 years but has never had a strategic marketing focus. The business has grown somewhat organicall... Role: Marketing Manager, Category: Sales, Size: 51-100

Branding & Marketing Manager: Barrington Watch Winders

Barrington Watch Winders have been trading for over 10 years but has never had a strategic marketing focus. The business has grown somewhat organically online where thanks to hundred of very positive reviews across Google.co.uk Amazon (Europe & US) and Facebook it has developed an excellent reputation in the industry. However, all our marketing efforts have always been exclusively online (mainly SEO & PPC with a little bit of social) and done in a piecemeal manner. We’re looking for someone to help us develop our brand and a formal marketing strategy as we move into a new era that will see us move production of our products back to the UK.

Position: Branding & Marketing Manager
Location: Nottingham
Hours: Full Time
Salary Guide: £26,562 – £42,500
Last Updated: 03 August 2022
Job Category: Sales

Marketing Manager Role:

Marketing Managers, or Promotions Managers, are responsible for planning the promotion of the companys products, brand and services in order to help them grow. Duties include overseeing the companys marketing activities and brand awareness including the overall outreach strategy and training a team of Marketing Executives. Marketing Managers can work as in-house marketing resources or as consultants in an agency where they handle clients marketing activities.

Other Duties:

  • Communicating with senior management about existing and new marketing activities.
  • Organising promotional events such as trade shows and ensuring the prompt delivery of materials and products by
  • coordinating with staff
  • Working with advertising departments or agencies to increase customer acquisition.
  • Managing and creating appropriate content for a variety of channels.
  • Evaluating and improving marketing campaigns with possible solutions to fit within budgetary constraints.
  • Identifying measuring marketing outcomes to increase the efficiency of marketing activities within the company.
  • Recruiting and training Marketing Assistants to assist with event coordination and sales.



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