The world’s largest independent hotels group Magnuson Hotels announces a job opening as marketing director for the London office.
The marketing director will be in charge of developing and managing international marketing campaigns for both Magnuson Hotels and Global Hotel Exchange, an upcoming service that will be launched in beta later this month. The main goal of the director is to develop a solid customer base on a B2B level.
Candidates are required to have proven experience in the travel industry, as well as the ability to develop and manage B2B and consumer marketing strategies. Other requirements include:
- Excellent financial comprehension, demonstrate ROI driven campaigns.
- Database marketing experience, with the ability to analyze & interpret data that create data-driven marketing strategies.
- Proven online marketing abilities in driving revenue via SEO, affiliate marketing, email and social.
- Pristine communication skills
The position is initially offered for a trial period of six months, with employment possibility based on £50,000 – £59,999 annual.
Magnuson Hotels is one of the world’s top hotel chains, as well as the #1 Hotel Company of Inc. Magazine’s 5,000 fastest growing private U.S. companies. The selected candidate will have the opportunity to unleash his/her potential with a fast growing international company.
Global Hotel Exchange has already been described by a game changer in the industry. Going live in January 2012 across internet, mobile and social networks, Global Hotel Exchange is a new worldwide trading platform offering free global reservation/marketing service with no merchant discounts, commissions, or distribution fees of any kind.
To apply for the position, visit the Magnuson Hotels listing on Revolution Jobs UK, or contact Tom Magnuson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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