Bi-Lingual Marketing Manager

Company Name:
Experis, a Manpower company
Experis is looking for a Bi-Lingual Marketing manager for a 3-6 month contract position with an Atlanta area client. Qualified candidates should send resume to
To support the growth in our Latin America region, this role will span two essentials functions: lead generation for Spanish speaking prospects in LatAm, and market development and marketing programs support for the regions.
Lead generation requires the ability to research a company to understand their environment and their supply chain related issues, to be able to get to the right person at the prospect company and to be able to position . This will involve providing a high-level overview of products and
, updating Salesforce.com, fulfilling literature requests, and transition of leads to Sales. This individual will support inbound web and phone inquiries from Spanish speaking prospects throughout LatAm, as well as proactive, outbound demand generation of targeted prospects.
Native level fluency in Spanish.
o Bachelor's or foreign equivalent degree in business, marketing, or a related field.
o Results oriented: ability to track results, derive actionable insights from resulting data, quantify meaningful impact.
o Experience working with cross-functional and virtual teams.
o Ability to manage concurrent projects
o Ability to easily interact with a demanding group of sales and marketing team members, appropriately juggling requests from different individuals.
o Previous lead generation/telemarketing experience within a high-tech company (3-5 years)
o Supply Chain Management or ERP related software experience preferred
o Experience qualifying C-level, VP and Director level contacts within Fortune 1000 companies
o Exceptional
, interpersonal and presentation skills
o Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and CRM database experience, preferably Salesforce.com

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