Dec 192019

Key responsibilities:

  • Strong Message Development and Content Customization skills
  • Open-minded Creativity with practical experience of (Websites Dev, Social Media, Analytics, DM, E-Commerce, Print Media)
  • Customer Engagement
  • Business Planning & Market research
  • Numerically literate, comfortable working with numbers, making sense of metrics and processing figures with spreadsheets.
  • Hands on working experience (of Public Relations, Research, Branding, Event Management, Product Marketing) with an understanding of entire marketing arsenal of tools

Job Details

Posted Date: 2019-11-14
Job Location: Karachi, Pakistan
Job Role: Marketing and PR
Company Industry: Technical Maintenance & Repair

Preferred Candidate

Career Level: Mid Career
Gender: Female
Degree: Bachelor’s degree

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