Marcomms Campaign coordinator - UK (Oxford)

  • Job Reference: H446
  • Date Posted: 26 October 2017
  • Recruiter: Harrington Recruitment
  • Location: Oxford UK
  • Salary: £27,000 to £32,500
  • Sector: Marketing / Sales, Biology / Pharma
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Work Hours: Full Time
  • Contact: Consultants
  • Email:
  • Telephone: 0208 349 8112

Job Description

Job Summary:

  • Coordination and monitoring of all marketing communication campaigns including on- and off-line activities.  
  • This role specifically involves full campaign management from planning, task assignment to monitoring and assessment.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Provide support for marketing team members in planning and delivering integrated marketing campaigns in a timely manner and in line with business objectives and product management strategies.
  • Responsible for keeping the marketing communications calendar updated, assigning tasks, monitoring the progress of the campaign throughout the whole process, checking campaign assets against briefs and proof reading.
  • Pull results to evaluate campaigns.
  • Support the Marcomms manager in improving marketing processes when necessary.
  • Coordination of webinars
  • Assist with campaign execution when appropriate. This may involve supporting the production of marketing collaterals, videos, conference/user meetings.

Skills & Knowledge:

  • Team player able to work in a dynamic environment with continuously changing tasks.
  • Excellent organizational skills and project management experience.
  • Computer, graphic design, written and verbal communication, and text editing skills.
  • The ability to confidently communicate with all levels of business colleagues and vendors.
  • Attention to detail.


  • Degree level (Marketing/Science related ideally) or CIM qualified.
  • Project management qualification preferred.


  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience in the management of marketing campaigns in a dynamic environment, ideally in the life science market.
  • InDesign experience preferred but not required.