What does a Campaign Manager do?

A Campaign Manager can be employed or contracted by many different entities. Their primary duty is to implement advertisement, sales or political strategies across a market. Campaign Managers work hand in hand with external agencies, freelancers, marketing companies and a handful of other resources. As well as sourcing new relations, A Campaign Manager on-boards and trains new staff.

There are no specific requirements to hold a Campaign Manager position. However, most companies and contractors prefer that a candidate possess a degree in marketing, public relations or a similar field. Advanced degrees in Marketing of Communications will yield high-status positions. Previous experience with marketing roll-outs, B2B and B2C campaigns is a huge plus in this field.

What responsibilities are common for Campaign Manager jobs?
  • Meet with all new clients to identify and conceptualize campaign strategies
  • Design and organize an optimal campaign inside budget constraints
  • Locate and secure talent and resource before campaign launch
  • Train and groom all resources for optimum efficacy
  • Utilize staff and resources to produce quality content for execution
  • Devise a campaign timeline and schedule
  • Execute campaign effectively, on schedule and on budget
  • Monitor all outlets and resources for campaign impact and progress
What are the typical qualifications for Campaign Manager jobs?
  • bachelor's in Marketing, Advertising or related field (preferred)
  • Advanced degree in related field (preferred)
  • 7+ year track record of participating in successful campaigns
  • 3+ years of management experience
  • Experience overseeing simultaneous campaigns
  • Very strong interpersonal skills
  • Understanding of current market trends
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Willing to travel domestically
Work/Life Balance
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Total Pay--
Career Opportunity
3.7 ★
Avg. Experience2-4 years

How much does a Campaign Manager make?

Campaign Manager Career Path

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“Devin is the best Boss I’ve worked for and he always wants all his people to win!”

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“Good compensation package but not the best compared to other companies in the same range.”

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“I do work a lot but I am excited to show up and work with a great team.”

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Sep 2, 2020

“functional collaboration and the majority of individuals and teams genuinely want to help one another achieve the best.”

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May 12, 2020

“The boss was really great at his job and inspired me to keep up the good work.”

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“The work load is quite high and make it difficult maintain work and life balance.”

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“life balance and career in general I would highly recommend applying for a job at Oneflow.”

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“Everyone is no nice that working for 6 months I didn't find any issue.”

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