University of Cape Town Marketing Campaign Coordinator Jobs in South Africa

University of Cape Town Marketing Campaign Coordinator Jobs in South Africa

  • The UCT Graduate School of Business is looking for an organised, proactive individuals to join its Marketing team in the role of Marketing Campaign Coordinator.

  • We invite applications for the above position from dynamic and energetic individuals with a sound understanding of marketing principles, experience with managing marketing campaigns, and a strong stakeholder management focus. The incumbent will be responsible for the planning, management, coordination, facilitation and progress tracking of marketing campaigns.

  • These will include recruitment campaigns, event marketing campaigns, brand marketing campaigns and relationship marketing campaigns.

    Reporting to the Marketing Manager, the incumbent will be required to:

    • To plan, coordinate and implement campaigns via all relevant performance marketing channels (print, search and display, public relations, direct mail, and social media) in collaboration with service providers and the Marketing Manager.

    • Identify strategic marketing partners and manage relationships to ensure effective relationship marketing campaigns can be delivered.

    • To create the framework for Recruitment, Event, Brand and Relationship marketing metrics and benchmarking.

    • To track campaign KPI’s and assist with evaluation and delivery of insights.

    • Manage campaign budgets to ensure maximum ROI for the GSB.

    • Provide back-up support within the business development team as required.

    • Contribute to building the GSB culture through incorporating the GSB values in everything we do.

    The successful candidate will need to have:

    • A relevant 3-year qualification (NQF Level 6) in marketing or related field;

    • At least 5 years’ experience operating in a similar marketing role responsible for the planning, coordination and execution of marketing
    campaigns across all relevant channels;

    • Advanced computer literacy skills required in MS Office particularly in Excel, PowerPoint, Google applications & project management tools;

    • Strong marketing, event and brand expertise and metrics;

    • Excellent organisational skills, planning and multi-tasking skills; the ability to work effectively in a fastpaced environment;

    • Strong project management skills with effective and demonstrable project management experience;

    • Excellent attention to detail;

    • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to build and manage internal/external partnerships successfully;

    • Excellent communication skills (written, presentation and verbal) and the ability to communicate effectively with faculty, staff and students, as well as with national/international external stakeholders
    in the public and private sectors;

    • A high level of diplomacy, emotional intelligence and personal integrity.

    The following will be advantageous:

    • Experience with marketing in the higher education sector, with specific relevance to specialist business schools;

    • Proficient in web-based applications such as google docs and google analytics;

    • An understanding of HTML and website CMS;

    • Experience in managing budgets and financial administration;

    • Excellent knowledge and experience of South African marketing industry to assist in media buying, managing marketing resources and initiating new advertising opportunities.

  • As with all positions at the GSB, integrity is an absolute requirement and candidates will need to possess a value system that embraces the GSB values, vision and strategy.

  • The annual cost of employment range for this position is between R 402 275 and R 473 264, depending on experience.

    How to Apply

  • For more information and job application details, see; University of Cape Town Marketing Campaign Coordinator Jobs in South Africa

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