A Marketing Communications Manager is required for a fixed term maternity cover contract working for one of the leading syndicates in the Lloyd’s of London insurance market. This FTSE insurance client promises to be an exciting place to be over the coming months as they kick off a host of new marketing plans and initiatives for the clients investment lines – and for the marketing team, we are striving to be bigger and better than ever before to help the business reach their growth targets. From internal communications, PR and marketing strategies, to the creative side of promotional literature and sales tools, the Marketing Communications Manager will be at the heart of making it all happen.
You will be the go-to person for all things Marketing. In practice this means creating strong relationships with internal stakeholders from the Leadership Team to underwriting teams and the supporting functions, to deliver outstanding marketing and communication campaigns.
Creating marketing plans
Organising events and conferences
Managing the marketing budget
Developing marketing materials to generate sales leads
Producing press releases
Managing and executing the internal communications plan
Gathering customer feedback to inform underwriting teams
Proven work experience in B2B marketing and communications or a similar role
Experience in marketing planning and consumer understanding and analysis
Demonstrate a commitment to performance and quality; willing to constructively challenge and always looking to create the best possible result
Highly organised with practical experience of independently running multiple projects with challenging timeframes and deliverables
The ability to combine “soft” influencing and persuasion skills with “leadership” qualities that will encourage business leaders to positively respond to questions and requests
Excellent written and verbal communication skills, capable of working with people at all levels within, and outside the business
Knowledge of the Lloyd’s of London insurance market is desirable but not essential