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The Source jobs board: Global exporter of consumer products

With offices in the north of England and Europe, the senior marketing role will be based between office time, home working and travelling as required.

An opportunity has arisen for an experienced, senior marketing role to join a large global exporter of licensed and generic consumer products.

With offices in the north of England as well as Europe, the role will be based dynamically between office time, home working and travelling as required.

The right candidate will have the ability to oversee the whole marketing picture to ensure all communications, both B2B and B2C convey the message and agenda required. Experience with licensed product marketing will be of importance.

For full details on the role – and to apply – simply click here.

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