11 days ago
Events and Sponsorship Assistant Manager
This is a really fantastic opportunity to join a leading global brand working on a wide range of events and sponsorship activations across different industries. You’ll be developing best in class event marketing campaigns with an emphasis on quality, attention to detail and notable event experiences.
You’ll be organising and managing a huge array of events within the corporate sector where you’ll be given plenty of support and freedom to manage your own schedule, working on a really collaborative team.
Your key responsibilities…
The development and delivery of a high quality external events and sponsorship strategy which involves key messaging and sectoral areas of focus.
Collaborating with the business to deliver a high-impact client-facing events and sponsorship programme which supports important initiatives and sector focused campaigns
Measuring, reviewing and improving the effectiveness of the company’s programme of events and sponsorships through RoI analysis including feedback fora and client surveys with a view to further enhancing client engagement
Project managing key events and sponsorships and working with a range of external providers
Delivering high impact marketing event campaigns while flexing the full 360° owned and bought marketing toolkit available to you to include digital communications, video, social media, PR and photography, live event options (webinar, Facebook live etc.),
To be considered for this position, you must have experience working in an events role, ideally within a corporate environment where you have managed a busy event calendar including budget management, external vendor management and event analysis.
Competitive salary and package for the right candidate.
Based in Dublin City Centre.
For a confidential discussion, please contact Faye Constance, Head of Permanent Talent - Marketing
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