JOB SUMMARY:

Reporting to the Regional Marketing Manager in EMEA, and as a member of the Marketing and EMEA team, the Marketing Assistant will support the Marketing Manager with the development of winning sales and marketing campaigns and will be responsible for a combination of event support and local content, including event logistics, blogs, sales enablement collateral, and local customer advocacy. The ideal candidate will have a high level of creativity, attention to detail, and project management skills.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Collaborates across marketing, sales and customer success teams to deliver on an effective content marketing strategy and editorial plan to meet the business objectives
  • Editorial requirements include basic SEO understanding, content categorisation and structure, content development, distribution through social media and email
  • Support building and updating the editorial calendar and partner content calendar locally
  • Work with guest bloggers, customers and partners to execute on a local content strategy
  • Support regionalising marketing and sales collateral, ensuring the firm's brand guidelines are adhered to at all times
  • Copywriting and proofreading for the website, social and blog content
  • Drive forward a local customer advocacy program in EMEA  
  • Support and coordinate local events, meetings, and trade shows by identifying, assembling, and organising requirements; establishing contacts; developing schedules and assignments; coordinate merchandise logistics; managing mailing lists
  • Support event operations (preparing venue, invitations etc.)
  • Do final checks at the day of the event (e.g. tables, technology) to ensure everything meets standards
  • Oversee event happenings and act quickly to resolve problems

 

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Bachelor's degree in Marketing or related field
  • Marketing experience required
  • Experience working in a Software, tech or B2B industry is ideal
  • Past experience producing content for the web specifically, as well as channel-specific knowledge (blog, case studies etc)
  • A dual-minded approach: You’re highly creative and an excellent writer but can also be process-driven, think scale, and rely on data to make decisions.
  • Proficiency with Adobe Creative Suite (particularly Photoshop and InDesign) not essential but a plus
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to work effectively under pressure and in a fast-paced, dynamic, team-oriented environment
  • Demonstrated interest in non-profits and associations a plus

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