Infusync is a bespoke software company with its main purpose being the development of digital solutions for addressing Nigeria’s healthcare need for efficiency, growth, and future predictive intelligence in this vital sector of our economy.
JOB TITLE: Marketing Communications Specialist
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full-time
We are looking for a Marketing Communications Specialist to manage our online and offline communication with clients and increase brand awareness.
- Develop content for software, Brand marketing, internal and external corporate communications
- Coordinate the design of promotional material and distribute in online and offline channels
- Plan interviews and press conferences
- Create company literature and other forms of communication
- Produce marketing copy for products and services
- Deep sector research, Competitions, and Industry trends
- Network with industry experts and potential clients to drive brand awareness
- Gather customer feedback to inform the development team
- Identify, develop and execute communications strategy for key media contacts and customer references.
- Create thought leadership materials.
- Copyedit, proofread, and revise communications
- B.Sc / M.Sc in Marketing, Communications, Public Relations, or relevant field.
- 2-4 years’ Experience, Software Technology Experience is an added advantage.
- Proven work experience as a Marketing Communications or Content writer
- Familiarity with B2B and B2C advertising campaigns
- Proficiency in MS Office, PowerPoint, and Excel sheet
- Knowledge of SEO and Google Analytics.
- Experience with marketing campaigns on social media.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Good presentation skills.
HOW TO APPLY
Interested and eligible applicants should send their CV to email@example.com using the “Job Title” as the subject of the email.
Deadline: 17th of March, 2021.
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