Online Merchandising Manager

Recruiter
Location
Sheffield
Salary
Negotiable
Posted
12 Jun 2017
Closes
26 Jun 2017
Ref
AH/28763
Contact
Alex Hamilton
Sector
B2C
Contract
Permanent

Online Merchandising Manager

Better Placed are proud to be recruiting for a fantastic consumer business based in South Yorkshire. We are looking for a Marketing Specialist to work across various different teams co-ordinating, maintaining and creating product information and content to support all digital touch points (e.g. websites, mobile, interactive TVs and in-store).

It will then be your responsibility to ensure the product information is accurately represented in order to ensure the product lines are fulfilling their online potential.

  • Provide and maintain product data that supports all digital touch points, information and content planning, development/writing, compilation, verification and ongoing maintenance to ensure effective and up to date customer-facing experiences and capabilities that increase brand/product awareness.
  • Build customer loyalty and drive purchase process and opportunity.
  • Coordinate product data, information and content optimisation and delivery approaches within all digital customer experiences to ensure availability of accurate and consistent information across customer touch points, devices and platforms to connect with customers whenever and wherever they choose.
  • Review, analyse and improve content on our key retailer account websites
  • Work with external agencies to increase collateral for specific products - including organising new product photography, assisting in the design and sign off for new packaging and artwork, EDMs etc

The successful candidates will have a degree, preferably in Marketing, Management Information Services or e-Business related fields. Digital product management, e-Commerce and/or marketing experience is required. Experience in sales along with POS is preferred. And you will also need to be computer literate and possess strong analytical, and communication skills.