The Emirates Group is a global and dynamic travel and tourism organisation where people from over 160 countries come together, learn from each other and strengthen our performance. The group comprises over 50 specialist businesses and at the heart of the group are our world-famous airline, Emirates, and our global air services provider, dnata. We create experiences that leave lasting impressions. We strive for exceptionally high standards in all the products and services we offer. And we’ve built an admired global reputation because of it.
We are looking for an experienced Marketing and Communications Specialist to join our team, and support dnata’s portfolio of travel brands. You will be working alongside a team of experienced travel professionals, delivering for this global business with brands including Emirates Holidays, Arabian Adventures and dnata Travel.
This role requires you to plan, manage and deliver cost effective and high calibre marketing communications for an extensive brand portfolio. You will ensure that all activity builds a consistent brand, communications and advertising identity that adheres to guidelines, while addressing brand and tactical campaign objectives set within agreed KPIs.
Working in a multi-cultural environment, strong verbal and communication skills are crucial for this role. You will also need to work with internal and external creative resources while ensuring the output meets commercial requirements.
To apply for this role, you must have at least 3-5 years’ experience in an Account Management role or as a Marketing Communications specialist. A Bachelors’ degree is required, preferably in Marketing or Tourism. Experience in developing integrated marketing communications briefs and campaigns, formulating and managing budgets, supplier management and campaign media planning are essential. In-depth knowledge of the travel industry will be an advantage as would any specialised training in advertising or sales promotion.
Join The Emirates Group and you could be living in our home town of Dubai, where you’ll help us shape the future of travel. For expats, Dubai offers a tax-free salary, cosmopolitan lifestyle, safe and secure environment and an endless summer.
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