Marketing Manager CV

A marketing manager CV is prepared in a similar fashion as a marketing CV.  A Marketing manager should have experience in the field of marketing or sales. Employers seek people with extensive experience and in-depth knowledge to fill jobs of marketing managers. As you will be supervising a marketing department, your marketing CV should reflect good leadership and a team spirit.


Although experience is very important, it is even more important to show how this experience has developed in you skills and attributes that are transferable to the position for which you are applying and the organization that you intend to work for. Specific knowledge of the organization and their marketing strategy can be used in selecting skills that may be of interest to the recruiters.

Sample Marketing Manager CV

Miranda Dawson

Objective

Rise above all challenges that women managers find in a career dominated by Men

Uphold the ethics and tenets of the Profession that Marketing is

Profile

A gifted, progressive thinker, well groomed and skilled in the art of marketing with a wide range of experience attained from working in a demanding environment

Self driven, aggressive professional with an eye for detail and a focused approach to any challenge

Capable of working with deadlines, with no supervision and quick to grasp new ideas and leadership prospects as well as additional responsibilities A committed team leader.

Well versed in today’s marketing trends and understands the advertising sphere

Experience

2006–Currently Hollywood Heights

Hollywood, CA

Publicist, Myra – The artiste

  • Planning of the artiste’s diary.
  • Sign for and Select the artiste’s show publicity campaign projects
  • Maintain the reputation and appeal of the artiste in the public eye

2003–2006: Selfridges Americana

Long Beach, CA

Marketing Manager

  • Increased sales from $25 million to $35 million in the first 2 years.
  • Managed and trained over 250 sales people in 10 regional outlets.
  • Developed and implemented training breaks for new Employees on how to maintain etiquette when attending to clients.

1999–2002: Leroy Lottery


Los Angeles, CA

Sales Manager

  • Introduction and Promotion of the brand of lottery tickets that had celebrity pictures in the back.
  • Doubled total sales revenues for the company in three months.
  • Expanded sales to include media-advertising revenue collections.

Education

1996–1999: Long Beach University                    Long Beach, CA

Business Administration- Graduated summa cum laude.

1994–1996: Long Beach College                        Long Beach, CA

Diploma, Business Administration and E-Commerce.

Hobbies

Scrabble, Chess, Classical Music, Dancing, Speech writing.

Referees

Jay Hallway

Vice Chancellor, Long Beach University

jh@lbuc.uni

76847368 Long Beach California

0846 767 663

Mart Mahoney

Manager, Myra – Artiste

0885 477 998

mmahoney@gmail.com

Hollywood Heights

Hollywood, California


3 thoughts on “Marketing Manager CV

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  2. Insert clever name here

    Not a good format, and content is questionable and smells like cheddar: long-winded; garrolous; full of subjective words. Anyone in the world can claim that they are “aggressive; team-player; attentive; intuitive; creative; blah blah yadda yadda”.
    As an employer, I would trash this CV / resume within 10 seconds of starting to read it.
    A resume needs to contain verifiable achievement facts. Example, for each job, write five lines that sums up the function of your position. Then, list one achievement that you could prove, such as: “Increased yield from 3.75% to 4.25% between May and October (industry average: 3.73%), which led to the Annual Operating Plan being achieved 47 days earlier than required. industry average.” Do not use terms such as “doubled total sales” – oh puhleez…did you really PRECISELY double it? Add some credibility by inserting accurate numbers, such as “increased sales revenue by 98.7% vs History.”
    Furthermore, the above resume states “Capable of working with deadlines, with no supervision “. Well, I should darn well think so!!! You’re a marketing manager, for God’s sake! Marketing managers take years to get to the position of marketing manager. They then need to manage people who report to them, such as Brand Managers; Marcomms Managers; Product Managers; Research Managers -etc, and to manage large budgets and formulate complex strategies. I would therefore say that you SURE AS HECK SHOULD be able to work without supervision in such a role!!! It goes without saying! It is an assumed skill at this level of the food chain!!
    Next, this sentence: “Uphold the ethics and tenets of the Profession that Marketing is”. – WHO CARES???? Granted, we certainly want our marketing manager to uphold BRAND PROMISE; BRAND IMAGE and BRAND EQUITY, but any rational President / Managing Director / CEO doesn’t care about how much you’d love to protect your marketing profession! Do that in your spare time by going to the little marketing network breakfasts before work -etc. CEOs want to know about your STRATEGY to realize their annual sales projections. Let’s move on to this: “Rise above all challenges that women managers find in a career dominated by Men”:
    The “I’m a victim who tries harder” mentality is a turn-off. Rather be up-beat, and say something such as “To compete on par with the best marketers in the region, to hone my skills and benefit my employer.”
    Lastly, this stuff about how you like to play Scrabble -etc: It has no place on a professional’s resume / CV, and is absolutely irrelevant to the job. Employers cannot “judge your personality” by the fact that you play scrabble. Either leave it out or put relevant stuff that will make a difference / impression. However, do not fake it – if its not true then leave it out. Examples: Reading about current affairs; occasional involvement in community events

    Regards,
    Mr Marketing Director

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