Celtrino is an innovative international e-commerce specialist company with headquarters in Ireland.
We believe in a shared economy fuelled by the ingenuity of human endeavour.
We are guided in our work by what is best for our customers and hold these values close in everything we say and do.
We see a connected world of sustainable online business partnerships driven by shared supply chain excellence.
Our mission is to support customer growth by leveraging our best-in-class scalable trading platforms.
We work with selected partners to deliver business success to our customers in their chosen markets.
The positions are ideally suited to individuals who appreciate that long-term career progress depends on the successful combination of technology and subject domain expertise.
We are looking for a creative and data-driven inbound marketer to set and execute our inbound demand generation strategy. This role will be both strategic and hands-on in attracting website traffic via organic and paid channels, converting that traffic into new leads, and building a nurturing strategy for a large, existing customer base.
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Technical Attributes - Not essential but an advantage to have:
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Education and/or Experience Requirements:
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Celtrino is an Equal Opportunities employer.
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