Job Reference: HO942348_1542105329
Location: Scotland (East, West, North)
Start Date: ASAP
Job Type: Permanent
Employment Hours: Full-Time
Salary: Competitive Salary & Bonus
MARKETING MANAGER - BASED SCOTLAND
Our client is a leading biopharmaceutical company whose substantial reinvestment into R&D is creating products at both early and late stage development. With a focus on core business areas of oncology, nephrology, and immunology/allergy, they discover and develop innovative new drugs aiming to become a global specialty pharmaceutical company which contributes to the health and well-being of people around the world.
They are looking for a talented marketer leader, to work on their key brands in Bone health.
Reporting into the Senior Marketing Manager, your key responsibilities will include:
*Development and implementation of strategic marketing plans
*Sales forecasting and budget management
*Successful implementation of tactical marketing activities
*Gather continuous intelligence on each product's performance, competitors and customer attitudes, proposing appropriate actions as the market environment for your product changes.
*Brand lead on inter-departmental projects liaising closely with sales management, medical, regulatory, supply chain and legal departments
*Develop and maintain a close interface with sales management and the field force
*Maintain full accountability for the correct and effective management of all budgets associated with your product
If you are currently a marketing professional within the pharmaceutical industry, you will relish the opportunity to seize a new challenge within a talented team.
Applicants will need to be based near the Company head office, which is in Scotland, which for the right person will mean an exciting opportunity and a great lifestyle too.
If you are an experienced Pharmaceutical Marketer with a good track record, we'd be delighted to tell you more.
For more information please apply online or call CHASE on 0131 553 6644
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