Job - Senior Marketing Officer, SuperHub Limited
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SuperHub Limited

A New Generation IT outsourcing company, or Cloud Hosting Service Provider, in Asia is looking for the right candidate to promote our Hosting Solution targeting Enterprise market. We are seeking for candidates who present themselves with strong communication and interpersonal skills along with excellence in self-motivation; and a positive, energetic, and ambitious attitude in the IT industry.

Superhub is a leading Microsoft Cloud Hosting Solution provider offering private and public cloud solution to Hong Kong and Mutli-National companies in Greater China Region. We are serving 140,000 enterprise users with 3 data centers and 7x24 support. Our 99.99% uptime guarantee and same day hardware replacement service give peace mind, reliable and always-on service to customer anywhere online.

Senior Marketing Officer

Job Ref.CT3108006-01#0004

Roles and Responsibilities:

This is a marketing role. This position will report directly to the Senior Product & Marketing Manager and the incumbent should be able to plan, develop, and implement overall marketing strategies to achieve business objectives. Key responsibilities include:

  • To assist in planning, developing, and implementing strategic marketing plans.
  • Responsible for overall marketing plans implementation and execution, including brand building, digital marketing, promotions, lead generation, PR, product launches, and events, from conception through delivery.
  • Work closely with sales team to execute promotional campaigns to drive business goals and targets.
  • Collaborate with vendors and business partners for organizing join promotional campaigns and events.
  • Collaborate with external and/or internal parties to ensure smooth and effective communications and results.
  • Develop headlines, ad copy, social copy, and enewsletter write-up, and marketing content while upholding company’s unique brand voice and guidelines.
  • Responsible for marketing materials creations, updates, revisions, and maintenance.
  • Budget management - to deliver all marketing activities within the agreed budget.
  • Conduct regular market and competitive research on key competitors and provide analysis and reports.
  • Carry out ad-hoc projects and duties as assigned.

We are looking for:

  • University graduate in Marketing/Business related disciple with over 3 year of marketing or product experience
  • Knowledge of Microsoft and telecom product selling or experience with IT related, application outsourcing, cloud computing, virtualization and hosting technologies is an added advantage
  • Good command of both written and spoken English and Chinese is a must
  • Strong interpersonal and problem solving skills
  • Have strong sense of marketing communications from ATL to BTL including digital marketing activities, web content management, printed collaterals, etc.
  • Able to run marketing programs independently
  • Ability to deliver exceptional results under tight timelines

We offer:

  • Competitive salary
  • Bonus scheme
  • Medical benefits
  • On-going on-the-job training
  • Annual leave + birthday leave

Interested parties, please send your latest resume (in Microsoft Word format) with present and expected salary to this e-mail address: jobs@superhub.com.hk

All applications will be treated in strict confidence and for recruitment purposes only. Only shortlisted candidates would be contacted.

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