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Project Manager EMEA Sales & Marketing Channel - Expired

Job Title Project Manager EMEA Sales & Marketing Channel
Job Type Permanent
Salary £67000 - £70000 per annum
Location London, England
Start Date ASAP
Our Reference PMsales_1620746016
Job Advertised about 1 year ago

Project Manager EMEA Sales & Marketing Channel

Rapidly expanding Technology & Media company that are the Global leader within their field would like to appoint an EMEA Project Manager to review and implement best project management practices across their Sales & Marketing channels.

As a Project Manager, you will be liaising with Sales & Marketing stakeholders & leaders across the global business and overseeing projects in relation to New Product Launches, New Market Entry, Go to Market.

The focus of your role as a PM will be to manage activities around a new initiative/project, set timelines, and track and monitor delivery using best PM practices to ensure the long-term goal of hitting sales targets is reached.

This is a new position within the business and as such has a lot of scope for you to make it your own. Its work from home right now with a return to the London or Reading office when its safe to do so.

The role will initially commence as a 12-month contract and offers an annual salary of £70K

Your Profile

  • Strong background in Project Management with the ability to review current processes and make recommendations for improvement using best-practice methodologies.
  • Project Management qualifications such as PRINCE 2, PMP, PMI, or similar would be highly beneficial
  • Experience managing global projects ideally across The Sales or Marketing channel would be beneficial
  • Experience working within a global fast-paced environment - ideally within a Tech, Media or Online business.

Next Step… For further details on this EMEA Project Manager role apply with CV, LinkedIn profile or your contact details. Emma Hannigan in Principle will review all communications in the strictest of confidence.

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