Job description

Requirements

  • Entry level
  • No Education
  • Salary to negotiate
  • Dublin

Description

The Email marketing manager will be responsible for managing the organisation email marketing campaigns and maximising revenue opportunities from the CRM and customer database.


Duties of an Email marketing manager include:


-Managing the companies email campaigns and communicating company brands through email marketing.


-Analysis of current email marketing campaigns and making recommendations for improvement.


-Managing trigger email campaigns throughout the customer lifecycle to maximise sales.


-Carrying out segmentation of the database and implementing remarketing strategies.


-A/B Testing on various email campaigns to establish the most effective.


-MVT Testing on email marketing campaigns.


-Tracking and reporting on email campaigns in order to guide improvements.


-Reporting to the marketing director on sales revenues generated through email marketing campaigns.


-Ensuring all email campaigns comply with current email best practice in the industry.


-Working closely with the Head of CRM to develop a clear CRM strategy.


Our ideal background of an Email Marketing Manager:


-Excellent written communication and copywriting skills.


-Degree educated with a minimum of 2.1 in engineering, marketing or mathematics.


-Previous experience as an email marketing manager ideally within a similar industry.


-You will be extremely analytical and be able to translate complex data into actionable and profitable marketing plans.

  • marketing

About the company

At Healthcare Recruit, we are a 24/7 Medical staffing recruitment agency. We use our knowledge and expertise to help clients meet the growing demands of the ever changing healthcare sector.
If you are looking for candidates to hire, or searching for jobs, within public hospitals, private hospitals, care homes and other healthcare units then we are here for you.
We can help you fill or find either part-time or full-time positions in a range of sectors from healthcare assistants to mental health nurses.