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Our client, an international IT/Technology company is urgently seeking to recruit am YouTube EDU Temporary Contract
This is Contract Staffing role under Manpower with a contract period of 11 months
Education is one of YouTube’s emerging content categories. MENA is one of YouTube’s fastest growing markets. The ideal candidate will work hand in hand with education partners to execute marketing campaigns that drive traffic and subscriptions to education channels.
The candidate will possess strong relationship-building skills and are apt to resolve technical and promotional issues with partners in order to best represent our users, products and programs in addition to initiating and managing day-to-day operations and partner relationships, fielding and prioritizing incoming requests, troubleshooting partner systems, launch marketing campaigns and utilize system promotions.
• Marketing and Communications
• Launch marketing campaigns around Education content in Youtube
• Execution of local campaigns, both digital and offline marketing
• Localize and implement campaigns created by the global marketing team
• Drive viewership growth and advocate internally on behalf of your partners.
• Work cross functionally with marketing, Youtube partnerships, and Policy.
• Manage vendors and support teams to ensure that events are high-quality, on-brand, and logistically sound
• Analyze and report on the effectiveness of events and campaigns
|Job Location:||Dubai, United Arab Emirates|
|Company Industry:||Information Technology; Marketing|
|Career Level:||Mid Career|
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