Marketing Manager, Cards
Are you a marketing professional searching for the chance to do impactful work in a visible role with a recognizable company? Our client, a popular and well-established retailer in the northern Chicago suburbs, is looking for a Marketing Manager to join their cards and promotions team.
As Manger, you will own and manage the marketing program across brands for three different portfolios (gift card, promotions, and credit card). You will manage the relationship with external partners, working with them to develop compliant, targeted customer retention and acquisition strategies and promotional campaigns. This is an excellent chance to work across channels and brands to impact ROI. Day to day activities will include building, managing, and analyzing customer acquisition and retention campaigns, pulling together regular reports for the portfolios, managing the budget, and communicating results with leadership and partners. Advanced Excel skills, including experience using Pivot Tables, is required.
Here is your chance to work across marketing channels and brands to inform company marketing strategy!
Let’s chat if you have:
- 5+ years of experience in developing marketing campaigns and customer contact strategies, with a particular focus on gift or credit cards
- Ability to grow a program from the top down- building strategy, preparing and executing marketing plans, analyzing results, and making adjustments
- Strong analytical and project management skills
- Ability to think strategically and translate data into actionable business insights
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills and comfort making presentations
- Advanced Microsoft Excel skills
- Proficiency with the Microsoft Office Suite and the Google platform
Salary for this position ranges based on experience and skillset.
Keywords: credit card, economics, promotional operations, dashboarding, reporting, forecasting, Excel, retention, acquisition, catalog, digital, CRM, direct marketing, optimization, relational database, segmentation