Oxford University Press Canada has an immediate opening for a highly organized, dynamic individual with a passion for new media to fill the role of Marketing Manager.
As a member of the marketing team, you have a strong understanding of market trends and issues in higher education, with a demonstrated ability to translate that knowledge into innovative and effective strategies. You are a solid communicator who can quickly and persuasively deliver your message through print, new media, and in-person presentations. Not satisfied with the status quo, you seek out creative solutions for OUP's sales and marketing teams, and you work diligently to see initiatives through to completion, while ensuring the integrity and strength of the OUP brand. You are forward-thinking and passionate, and you thrive in a fast-paced work environment. Most important, you are an enthusiastic team player who is dedicated to ensuring our continued success as Canada's fastest-growing higher education publisher.
At OUP, we're committed to hiring, rewarding, and retaining the best people. Being a member of our team entitles you to a generous compensation plan, comprehensive benefits program, and company car.
- Develop strategic marketing plans that integrate print media and new media avenues.
- Develop and implement web-marketing and social media initiatives to promote brand and product awareness.
- Conceptualize, plan, design, and implement successful product-branding strategies.
- Work with internal creative and web teams to oversee development of required marketing materials and web-based / new media requirements.
- Assist in organizing, executing, and participating in successful sales meetings.
- Travel across Canada to work with our sales teams to promote OUP books and learning solutions.
You must have a university degree, a valid driver's licence, and a minimum of 3 years' sales and/or marketing experience, preferably in the publishing industry, with marketing experience focused on new media / social media. Experience working with design software, such as InDesign or QuarkXPress, will be considered an asset.