Manager English Marketing & Communication-B2B
To contribute to the development of English business areas through the development of competitive intelligence & analysis that feeds into marketing and business planning
|Salary||SR 10,950 (total monthly salary)|
|Working hours||37.5 per week|
|Annual leave||30 working days per year|
|Closing date||Saturday, 31 May 2014|
British Council Saudi Arabia is part of the MENA region. English Teaching and Examination Services are delivered from centres in Riyadh, Jeddah and Dammam and include English courses for the public and corporate clients, teacher training and a wide range of UK qualifications including IELTS, schools exams and professional qualifications.
The Saudi Arabia office has ambitious plans to increase its profile and impact across our three areas of work in English Strategic Business Unit (ESBU): Teaching Centres, Examinations, and English for the Future Project. Teaching Centre business in Saudi Arabia is delivered at British Council premises as well as partner schools in some cities. Additionally, British Council manages approximately 100,000 UK exams each year and is aiming for significantly increased impact, partnership funding and visibility from our project work.
The ESBU Marketing and Communications Manager – B2B will work closely with country business teams and regional ESBU marketing communications team to support and execute projects and initiatives that support the regional short and long-term marketing strategy and ensure that marketing strategies and tactics directly impact on brand reputation, recruitment of new clients, retention of existing clients, and enhancement of the client experience.
The post will focus on business to business (B2B) including teaching centre corporate services (both closed course contracts and corporate sponsored students), Aptis, IGCSE schools and IELTS institutions. The post holder will work closely with the Manager English Marketing and Communications KSA - B2C to leverage synergies and to provide cover for the role during leave periods. This post is part of the Marketing and Communications team and will directly report to the Head of ESBU Marketing and Communications and indirectly to Teaching Centre Managers and Country Exams Manager KSA
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