£0.00 - £50000.00 per annum
9 months ago
Marketing Technical and Development Manager
£50,000 per annum
I am working with a lead energy suppler based in the heart of Glasgow.. Reporting to the Head of Performance and Quality in Marketing Operations you'll be a subject matter expert. You'll be responsible for specifying and managing the implementation of key technical capability change and continuous improvement across the whole of marketing. In particular you'll be involved in the technical delivery of Marketing Work Flow tools, Digital Asset Management, Sharepoint Development plus you'll support the on-going Marketing Platform integration (Oracle Marketing Cloud).
As Technical Development Manager, you'll also be responsible for the delivery of key components of the modern marketing vision. This will involve delivery of technical solutions from requirements management through to testing and delivery.
The role is an essential part of the Marketing Operations function and the wider Central Marketing department and is critical in helping the leadership team understand, shape and plan Transformational change activities across technical solutions (SharePoint, Workflow, DAM). Therefore, you'll be expected to fully support all Marketing functions to deliver key technology milestones in line with the Marketing Business Change Framework and Strategy.
Your Skills & Experience
The ideal candidate for this role will have knowledge of the process for creating strategic and tactical technical solutions along with knowledge of what are the most effective models for Marketing & Retail functions in large organisations.
In this role you'll be the subject matter expert, but the role also requires a high degree of gravitas and influencing skills which will help you to guide a wide set of stakeholders including senior leadership. Therefore, stakeholder management and engagement will be key as you'll need to be able to understand and have knowledge of how solutions will work and then be able to explain and simplify these for your marketing stakeholders. You'll be able to explain the problems which marketing need resolutions for in a way that your IT partners will understand and then be able to relay back to the less technical marketing colleagues how the proposed solutions will work for them.