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Brand Manager (AE380450)

22 August 2022

ref : PA-20765

location : Hertfordshire - United Kingdom

company : Arthur Edward

Brand Manager (AE380450)

Salary: £45,000-£55,000

Do you have the get-up-and-go to excel your brand?

Are you an experienced Brand Manager that is passionate about fragrance and ready to hit the ground running?

Reporting to the Managing Director of this leading beauty and fragrance distributor you will have full ownership of a niche fragrance brands’ P&L and will be the driving force behind the execution and implementation of marketing plans. You will be responsible for the vision and communication of the brand, making strategic choices to deliver campaigns on time and on budget.

You will be a natural with numbers, having a strong understanding of financials and experience in budget management, ensuring that all invoices, monthly accruals and budget trackers are recorded and in line with company objectives.

With your wealth of experience and strong passion for fragrance from day one you will be assigned full responsibility, accountable for developing and generating strategies and plans in partnership with internal multi-discipline teams and external agencies.

Your knowledge of the digital landscape will be vital in communicating with the PR and Influencer Marketing teams to identify new opportunities to drive consumer engagement whilst assessing your off and online reach.

If you are an experienced brand manager with a love of fine fragrance, apply today!


Arthur Edward is a leading beauty, personal care and FMCG recruitment agency. We find top talent along the product lifecycle to innovate, launch and market bestselling cosmetic and beauty products.

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