The consumer engagement team is responsible for providing, managing and optimizing a variety of internal and 3rd party products used by programming, marketing and events stakeholders. Such products range from marketing automation products to our internal Red Bull ticketing product designed to support tickets distribution for small and medium Red Bull events. The Product Marketing Specialist is a role designed to be the interface between the Product manager (who is responsible for planning, prioritizing and rolling out product features) and our internal stakeholders who use the tool(s) and need regular support, advice and help along the way. In the user engagement team, that role is particularly relevant to the Red Bull Tickets product where 75-80% of the product account manager’s time will be spent, but will also be required on a project basis for some of the other 3rd party tools that make up our marketing automation system.
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Location Wals-Siezenheim, Salzburg, Austria
Organisation Red Bull Media House GmbH
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Red Bull Media House GmbH, Human Resources, O.-Lepperdinger-Str. 11, 5071 Wals bei Salzburg, www.redbull.at/jobs. Due to legal reasons, we are obliged to disclose the minimum salary according to the collective agreement for this position, which is € 1728 gross per month. However, our attractive compensation package is based on market-oriented salaries and is therefore significantly above the stated minimum salary.