Sep 102019

Role Objective:

  • To establish an improved link between the Retailers and the United Development Company
  • Assist with the Annual Retailers Marketing support plans
  • Implement the ongoing Retail Marketing support plans
  • Perform Market research related to retailers
  • Assist in the preparation and presentation of business plans related to retailers
  • Obtain, track and update various project progress and financial information for Qatar’s retail properties
  • Carries out and performs other related duties as specified and when required and assigned by the Line Manager to improve or enhance the efficiency of directorate’s work and performance

Key Accountabilities

Retailers Support:

  • Integrated approach – partnering with local retailers to promote their presence by offering special offers
  • Maintain an accurate database of retailers’ mobile numbers and email addresses to enable SMS/Email communications
  • Rollout a Community newsletter for retailers highlighting forthcoming events on The Pearl, or within their respective communities, and to inform the retailers of changes and initiatives happening on the island.
  • Provide annual bulletins to residents which are short and graphically display how the funds collected from their service charges have been applied in the past year
  • Organise Market Days/Farmers Markets by inviting retailers & F&B outlets on and off The Pearl to display and sell their produce and goods in designated promotional areas, or erect marquees in the park for them to display

Job Details

Posted Date: 2019-09-09
Job Location: Doha, Qatar
Job Role: Marketing and PR
Company Industry: Real Estate; Facilities & Property Management

Preferred Candidate

Career Level: Entry Level
Degree: Bachelor’s degree

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