Event Marketing Coordinator - Entry Level

Our client, a retail marketing powerhouse known for introducing client brands across the San Antonio area, is looking for an innovative & team oriented individual to join their event marketing & promotions team as an Entry Level Event Marketing Coordinator!
If you are an outgoing & organized people pleaser who is ready to take on the task of coordinating, planning and hosting special events/promotional marketing events designed to increase brand revenue and brand recognition amongst consumers throughout the San Antonio area, then this is the role for you!
Areas of Responsibility:
oAssisting with marketing research, product launches, brand promotions and test markets
oAttending product knowledge and marketing communication strategy meetings with the marketing team on a weekly basis
oCreating and hosting promotional marketing events for our clients while focusing on creating brand awarness and increasing brand revenue
oPromoting our clients brand names, products and/or services by developing and supporting sales promotion and retail marketing programs
oWorking closely with the event marketing and sales promotion team to support sales activities (shows, events, campaigns, etc.) to ensure successful revenue and consumer awareness goals are reached
oProviding coordination and project management to ensure event and retail promotion success
Hands-on, paid training will be provided along with a guaranteed hourly pay plus performance incentives.
Skills & Knowledge:
oCollege Degree in Marketing, Advertising, Integrated Marketing Communications, Business Administration or related field
o0-3 years of experience in retail, sales, hospitality or a customer focused support role is preferred
oException communication skills - both verbal & written
oOutstanding time management and organizational skills
oKeen attention to detail
oExperience managing projects and working with deadlines is reccommended
oFamiliarity with integrated marketing communications and sales promotion tactics

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