The role is covered in the following locations: St Albans, Herts, Coventry, High Wycombe, Hemel, Leicester, Luton, Milton Keynes, Northampton, Oxford, Peterborough, Stevenage

Company Information

A family owned company devoted to improving animal health, supplying five continents and becoming increasing international. Focusing on the fundamentals with our key targets being are the species we know well: companion animals -dogs, cats and exotics -, cattle and pigs. We also have a product range dedicated to horses. With expertise in: anti-infectives, anti-inflammatories, anti-parasitics and nutraceuticals.

Role Overview

To develop strategic brand plans and propose and implement marketing activity (in-line with Company strategy and Group policies) for the product portfolio and brand and to be a passionate ambassador for the brand. Works in line with values; Trust, Dare Collaborate.
Overview of Role:
o Marketing Plans Developing and maintaining brand plans
o Performance Analysis: Measuring the effectiveness of Marketing Plans
o Key Customers: Field Visits to Customers- keeping up to date with the market and customer needs
o Working closely with the Business Solution Manager- Ensuring alignment when developing brand plans.
o Events: Representing the brand at events

Person Specification

Marketing principles/ marketing qualification (or equivalent experience)
Computer literate
Technical product knowledge
Exposure to sales environment
Ideally knowledge of Key Account management
Knowledge of Companion Animal veterinary industry


o Up to 60k
o 10% bonus
o£540pm Car Allowance
o Hybrid Position

13 Oct 2023

Poppy Hodge

Animal Health Recruiter 01494 818 011

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Why Zenopa?


pharmaceuticals    infections    diseases    vaccinations    pets    companion    healthcare    equine    veterinary    surgery    nutraceuticals    drugs    product range    communication    brand    analysis