Imagine….you’re working as a Digital Marketing Manager in central Brighton. You’re given the freedom to make the role your own, with support from our CMO, sales and marketing team. You’re autonomous and hands on, bringing creativity and new ideas that are not only welcomed but celebrated. The office is located on the 9th floor with stunning views of the sea and the Downs and whilst the slightly temperamental lift can cause problems, its more than outweighed by the company’s mature and flexible approach to work life balance and great benefits. If you’ve been searching for a Digital Marketing Manager role in the centre of Brighton….You’ve found it.
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