DIGITAL PARTNERSHIP MANAGER
To maximise opportunities in the new retail environment, especially sales through the 3rd party marketplaces of the leading online retailers both here in the UK and internationally, Dexam will be appointing a Digital Partnership Manager to drive this section of the business forward.
The brief will be simple: to work with Dexam’s own products on the retailers’ platforms, and use the data and advertising opportunities to grow the sales quickly and strongly. There will be an experienced agency in support, which will drive forward the decisions that our specialist comes up with.
You will be extremely familiar with the online retail space, and it is highly likely that you will have worked for one of the main players at some point, so that you understand their systems entirely, and can work with the grain of their processes. You will be data-driven, and acutely conscious of revenue and margin performance of products and collections against agreed targets.
The basic skills we would expect are:
- Experience in establishing new digital sales channels with a clear focus on ROI
- Good communication and organisational skills
- Provable analytical skills and ability to manipulate data
- Demonstrable experience planning, implementing, managing and reporting on PPC campaigns
- Robust experience running Amazon FBA or Vendor business strategies
- Direct Amazon strategy experience
If successful, you would be joining a small but ambitious group of people, using 60 years of reputation at the heart of the kitchenware industry to help drive forward a modern, relevant and successful business.
This is a full time role that can, potentially, be based away from Dexam’s South-East England headquarters, or even overseas.
You will be reporting directly to the Commercial Director, and a generous remuneration package is offered.
If interested, please send a current CV, together with a short covering note explaining why you feel you would be right for us and your remuneration expectations, to firstname.lastname@example.org