Technical Marketing Manager. Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire
Oferta de empleo en Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire (Reino Unido) de Profesionales de la publicidad y la comercialización
Clasificación del trabajo:Profesionales científicos e intelectuales : Especialistas en organización de la administración pública y de empresas : Profesionales de las ventas, la comercialización y las relaciones públicas : Profesionales de la publicidad y la comercialización. Professionals : Business and administration professionals : Sales, marketing and public relations professionals : Advertising and marketing professionals.
Descripción de la oferta de trabajo:
Job Details 36 hours per week (Additional hours as required) This is an excellent opportunity to make a really big impact to the long term growth of the specification of wood in construction by the designers of the future. Wood is arguably the most sustainable structural building material available and young designers are keen to be taught the key principles of design. Drawing on your previous experience in technical and commercial roles you will embark on the challenge of equipping and inspiring at least one lecturer on every UK university course to be an ambassador for wood design. This will require a methodical approach and will be aided by the fact that we have a wide range of free teaching materials to offer as well as a well-established national student design competition. The role is working on behalf of the UK’s leading authority on wood, TRADA – the Timber Research and Development Association, which has been involved in supporting specifiers for over 80 years. The role is established and now requires an enthusiastic, commercially-minded person with the ability to absorb and communicate technical design information on timber to this world of education. University Engagement: Teaching Communicate with university teaching and research staff to: Explain what we have to offer and how to use it Establish the best contacts for us in each institution This should involve all appropriate communication mediums including, but not limited to, face to face visits, telephone calls and email communication Record all engagement activities (phone calls, visits, lectures, partnering etc.) such that the volume of activities can be demonstrated to TRADA (the client) Run student design competitions with the intention of creating both publicity and material for exhibitions or other events Lecturing to students on engineering, architectural and wood technology issues Identifying research projects undertaken at universities and publicising them on TRADA’s website University Engagement: Research Work with TRADA’s board, advisory committee and members to identify and define projects that need undertaking to address both threats and opportunities to the wood industry Based on the above, produce and communicate details of suggested research projects to academic staff and students / researchers to encourage them to tackle them. Monitor, support where possible and report on the outcomes Where identified projects are relatively simple, on occasions and as directed, organise activities to undertake the necessary work using for example ad-hoc committees, colleagues etc Where identified projects are complex and could attract external funding, produce bid proposals and gather relevant interested parties as part of this process Report and present the achievements of this role to the TRADA board. What Are We Looking For? Experience of using technical / product knowledge to achieve commercial goals Experience in construction and / or timber industry would be a definite advantage Methodical engagement with university departments, courses and lecturers Defining improvements and additions to the tactics and materials used Management of a number of design competitions Visiting universities to deliver lectures to students Working with the marketing department to provide and communicate content related to this programme. Defining, with the help of others, the timber related research needs of the construction industry – and then communicating these to universities such that some of them are adopted. Communicating research results from university projects to the construction industry Coordination of some ad-hoc projects Who Are We Looking For? Able to work independently but comfortable in a team environment as required Dependable, reliable and able to produce a consistently high quality/quantity of work Good IT skills including the use of MS Word, PowerPoint and Excel Customer focused (both internal and external) Lateral thinker with a creative approach
Servicio de empleo de origen:Department for Work and Pensions, Public Employment Services, United Kingdom.
País del trabajo:Reino Unido.
Región:Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire.