and marketing team Microsoft's Corporate Worldwide
You've got a passion for technology, you're a motivated ambitious marketer and you thrive working in a fast paced, frontline, dynamic business. Good news we're a perfect match for each other. Microsoft's Corporate Worldwide Consumer and Device Marketing Organization is a critical division of the Consumer Channels Business and is responsible for delivering world leading retail experiences that span, Surface extensive hardware line up, Windows, Office, and Xbox. It's at the heart of the business, sitting between the Corporate Business groups for those consumer products and the regionally based sales and marketing teams across the world. With a clear mission to build innovative retail experiences that are the envy of our competition while delivering incremental sales impact for the business, this is the space to be in if you're looking to make a real difference in a company that has true global presence and the desire and passion to push boundaries and never settle. The Worldwide Consumer
Close partnership with the WW Surface Channel Marketing Director to ensure all retail disciplines build retail programs in line with direction you set, and on time according to the milestones you set. Analytical and Insight Procure and assimilate consumer behavior into insights within the context of your account's profile to drive informed marketing action plans. Maximize ROI on future activities by measuring and optimizing marketing campaigns and promotions performance Anticipate and discover competitor's activities, and adjust marketing programs to counter. Analyze the partner's existing marketing
The ideal candidate will have a 4-yr college degree or equivalent plus a minimum of 5 years experience in consumer marketing Analytical and Insight Be able to effectively drive cross-group communication and cooperation, using project management, and organizational skills. Prior experience in the consumer retail space is a definite bonus, being a self-starter, and a passion for technology is a must.