comScoreTag Job - Manager (eCommerce & Digital Marketing), High Flyer International Limited
High Flyer International Limited

We are a fast growing and well-established food trading company and would like to invite high caliber candidate to join our company :

Manager (eCommerce & Digital Marketing)

Job Ref.CT3113171-01#0015


  • Formulate and develop digital acquisition strategies to drive business growth on digital platform
  • Work on digital projects in enhancing customer experience and being the website owner to drive online traffic and sales lead generation
  • Coordinate with internal and external stakeholders for ensuring the efficiency and effectiveness on marketing campaigns.
  • Monitor the performance of marketing activities based on performance data and provide recommendations on digital marketing strategies.


  • Bachelor degree in marketing or above in related discipline
  • Minimum 3 years' experience in digital marketing/ digital acquisition, preferably gained in FMCG industry
  • Candidates from other industries with solid digital acquisition knowledge will also be considered
  • Strong analytical, interpersonal and communication skills
  • Excellent command in spoken and written English, Cantonese and / or Mandarin

Interested party please send full resume with expected salary to HR Manager by clicking "Apply Now"

Personal data collected will be used for recruitment purpose only.

All applications applied through our system will be delivered directly to the advertiser and privacy of personal data of the applicant will be ensured with security.

Apply Now
Job Ref No.
Goodjobs Tips!
Remember to quote the job title and reference number in the email subject. This allows employers to find and refer to your application more easily.
Employment Term
Tips by CTgoodjobs: Tips to avoid employment traps: verify company information, and look out for jobs ads that offer unreasonable salary or has a remote interview venue.
Leave immediately and report to CTgoodjobs if you encounter any inappropriate behaviour.
More tips to avoid employment traps