You are a job applicant interested in the position of Marketing Manager at Jay Marketing. Following is a description of the required profile:
Primary Responsibilities of the Marketing Manager:
Research and implement effective marketing strategies and best practices. Act as a liaison between clients and Jay Marketing. Interact with brand managers to ensure a consistent brand experience. Utilize market research metrics as a measure of successful ad placement. Oversee market research and focus groups. Select and partner with various brands to conduct marketing tie-ins. Take a proactive approach to problem-solving, and provide leadership in resolving issues within the marketing department.
An Ideal Candidate:
Education Level: BA/BS in marketing or a related field required; MA/MS in marketing or a related field preferred Experience in marketing required, leadership experience a plus Exceptional consulting and account management skills required Statistical knowledge preferred Excellent interpersonal and communication skills Exceptional organizational skills Exemplifies the values of Jay Marketing
You apply for the job and are asked to appear for an interview.
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