Marketing Co-ordinator

A Marketing Coordinator markets products by developing and implementing marketing and advertising campaigns; tracking sales data; maintaining promotional materials inventory; planning meetings and trade shows; maintaining databases; preparing reports. 


An email marketing coordinator is a person who takes care of all email marketing campaigns. They will see the campaign from start to finish. They may be part of database management too. The role would involve building and schedule campaigns, sending campaigns and monitoring and reporting the results.

PR Account Manager

A PR account manager is typically responsible for managing a portfolio of clients and promoting them to their target audiences. An influencer of public opinion, you grow brands and help drive sales through a range of PR tools such as news items, press releases, case studies, product placement and social media activity. You will be the key to shaping your client’s reputation and profile and will manage their press coverage and often advertising too.

Product Marketing Executive

Product Marketing Manager: ... A product marketing manager's responsibilities could include training the sales force on how to sell the product, creating marketing materials that communicate product features, and developing the marketing tools and campaigns to attract new prospects and customers.

CRM Executive

A CRM (Customer Relationship Manager) is someone who knows their customer's needs, wishes and dreams. They should be well versed in the value delivered to customers and the problems customers are trying to solve. The typical duties will include: Planning and deliver CRM strategies across the organisation with a view to retaining existing customers, increasing brand loyalty and expanding the company brand. ... Making sure the customer database is correctly segmented for targeted marketing activities.

Marketing and PR Executive

A Marketing and PR Executive works closely with the marketing manager and marketing team to increase brand awareness, drive customer acquisition, retention and engagement while ensuring consistency of brand messaging. A key part of the role is building relationships with third-parties such as media, partners, affiliates (such as Tourist Boards), advertising agencies and designers

Social Media Coordinator

A Social Media Coordinator is responsible for planning, implementing and monitoring a company's Social Media strategy in order to increase brand awareness, improve Marketing efforts and increase sales.  Social media coordinators help implement and maintain online marketing strategies through social media. By using various forms of new media, such as blogging, social networking sites, chat rooms, discussion boards, wikis, RSS feeds, and search platforms, they help represent a company through an online channel.

Social Media Strategists

The strategists helps to grow the client's business and ensuring the team execution meets and exceeds client expectations. In this role, the Strategist insures that the agency provides: Sound and responsible social media / content strategy and planning. Proper and innovative execution of work in all areas on schedule.  The overall goal of any social media strategist is to get consumers talking about the business they represent. When developing their web outreach strategies, they engage with numerous social media marketing professionals, including: ... Social Network Marketing Specialist. Digital Strategy Directors.

Online Marketing Assistant

Online Marketing Assistant supports the work of marketing managers and executives on projects directed at maximising company profits and developing sales strategies or marketing campaigns. Excellent organisational skills are the main requirement for marketing assistant roles. 


Responsibilities. Include: Undertaking daily administrative tasks to ensure the functionality and coordination of the department's activities. Supporting marketing executives in organizing various projects.

Social Media and Content Editor

Social Media/Content Editors are responsible for all aspects of content, which includes development, design, production, presentation, evaluation and analysis, to name a few. They will use data and feedback from users to help evaluate and enhance the value of a set of written materials and websites.

Content Editors work with marketing and graphic design departments closely to create an overall positive user experience. They may also produce material for publication, so they must possess excellent writing and editing skills, as well as understand the special considerations for writing for the Web and the wide variety of devices that can access the Internet.

Digital Marketing Executive

Digital Marketing Executives are generally responsible for planning, developing, implementing and managing the overall digital marketing strategy. In addition, they are responsible for managing, guiding and training digital marketers and other marketing positions in the team.


The ability to build an online connection with customers or clients is quickly becoming one of the most highly demanded skills in the job market. A digital marketing executive is typically responsible for engaging a brand with customers or clients via the digital space, aiming to establish and manage the online presence