Feb 13, 2017

Assistant Manager Marketing | L'Oreal USA - Los Angeles, CA

Job Details:
The Assistant Manager of Marketing is responsible for supporting omni-channel trade and marketing initiatives for the Baxter of California men's grooming brand. This role will be integral in understanding and supporting the needs of brand; supporting the development of local product strategy and launches in multiple channels (Professional/Salons, Luxury, eComm and Lifestyle), initiating briefs of new projects, interacting with sales and education team, and supporting in overall marketing initiatives.
This role: *. Contribute to the development of category/brand strategies while fully owning select Marketing projects *.Play a part in the execution of Omni-Channel strategy including, but not limited to: Merchandising/in-store, Public Relations, Digital, Brand Collaborations and Events. *.Conduct competitive and consumer data analysis *.Interact effectively with other departments (i.e. Sales, Education, Creative) to support Marketing objectives *.Assist in the day-to-day operational needs for product launches and other marketing initiatives (PO creation and invoice tracking with vendors, artwork trafficking and coordination, timeline management, etc) *.Develop post-launch analysis and reporting
SKILLS REQUIRED: *. Bachelor degree required *.1-2 years of marketing experience *.Self-starter and entrepreneurial. Ability to work in a fast-paced environment. *.Must be 'hands-on' and get involved with the details. *.Great project manager and keen ability to keep projects on track. *.Able to demonstrate leadership and ownership of projects *.Strong analytical and reporting skills *.Strong communication skills *.Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs (Excel, Word, PowerPoint). Ability to create high impact presentations. *.Demonstrated interest and enthusiasm for marketing and communications (advertising, digital, marketing and PR) *.A passion, curiosity and natural interest for beauty and men's grooming..
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