Are you looking for an opportunity to manage the integration of pharmaceutical brands and execute the marketing campaign to optimize the customer experience?
If so, this is the role for you.
As Product / Customer Manager , you will be responsible for aligning customer segments and leverage service to deliver an exceptional customer experience plan.
You will also manage the resource allocation within the brands based on customer insight and leading execution across the brand teams.
This role will provide YOU the opportunity to lead key activities to progress YOUR career. These responsibilities include some of the following :
Responsible for translating insights for future marketing strategies
Flawlessly execute Global Integrated Campaigns and update to address the customer
Engage with Medical to gain customer insights from employees and key customer groups to ensure deep customer insight and respond to customer needs
Manage local congresses, and GSK sponsored digital and face to face events
Collaborate with third party stakeholders and global teams in terms of local implementation
Understand business analytics and respond accordingly to ensure customer engagement, delivery of pharmaceutical share growth and increase touchpoints
Advise global and regional teams regarding customers, competition and market
Develop a media plan in line with Global strategy to ensure an appropriate integration with the Global campaign objectives and use of the marketing mix
Basic Qualifications :
We are looking for professionals with these required skills to achieve our goals :
3+ years’ experience in marketing
Upper Intermediate English
Preferred Qualifications :
If you have the following characteristics, it would be a plus :
Bachelor’s degree in Marketing or Sales
Service / Customer oriented
Experience in multichannel marketing
Knowledge of marketing ways of working and code of promotion
Excellence in execution of prioritization, communication, stakeholder management and problem solving
Exceptional communication and organizational skills