Food Marketing jobs in East Midlands

Where to find food marketing jobs in the East Midlands Region

Marketing JobsFood marketing jobs don’t come around all that often, a great position which covers many areas it can be hard to know where to start looking for such roles. Being dedicated to food jobs and positions, our website is by far the best place for you to start looking for your first food marketing job in the east midlands.

Using our search facilities you can search for different types of food marketing jobs, such as marketing and promotion in general to market research and analyst positions. You may also advance further and limit your search to the east midlands region to find all the jobs currently going in your area to do with food marketing.

What sort of salary can I expect to receive?

Dependant largely on your previous experience and skills, salaries for food marketing positions vary drastically. At the time of writing this, we have more than 20 marketing jobs available in the east midlands region alone – The salaries of which vary from £15,000 to more than £85,000. Other benefits include health insurance and all the standard features of working for an employer, some are even putting the icing on the cake by offering company cars with their open positions.

Looking to get started in food marketing? We’ve got jobs available for you.

Already experienced or involved in the marketing of food related companies, but looking for something more? How about becoming the head of an entire marketing team?

Yeah, we’ve got those too!

To see what food marketing positions we currently have available in the east midlands, take a look at the following link, which will frequently be updated with new job offers:

Contract or full-time work up for grabs

Typically, food marketing positions tend to be a full time job and are treated as such. In some cases however, we have had contract work posted through our food job search engine. So if that sounds like something you would be interested in, use the advanced search options to limit the results to contract only.

I don’t want to work in the East Midlands!

Donnington CastleWhether the East Midlands is too far for you to travel to work, or you just want to get out of the local area, you needn’t worry. has job positions opening all over the UK, and with more food marketing jobs being added daily, you are sure to find something to suit your location. Such areas currently seeing a surge in job positions include the likes of Yorkshire, Greater London and the south-west of England.

How to get started – Make an account

There are plenty of jobs available on our website, and as we grow, more opportunities will become available to you, whether you are aiming to work in the food marketing industry or not.

Upon finding a position or job placement you would like to apply for, how do you go about getting started? It’s easy; you make a FREE account on our website, once you’ve done that, you can get directly in touch with the company or recruiting agency that has posted the job.

Through our understanding that you don’t want to go through page upon page of forms and questions, we have tried to make our registration process as simple as possible, and once you’ve signed up, you can fill out as much information as you see fit on your profile, which will be put forward to your potential employers.

To have the best chance of securing your chosen position, we recommend thoroughly filling out your profile. This can be outlined with your previous experience, jobs, qualifications and much more. The more information you can provide, the more appealing your profile will appear to prospective employers.

The role of someone working in food marketing

For those of you looking to get into a food marketing career, it would probably for you to understand what it is exactly that you would be expected to do. Unfortunately, food marketing as a job cannot be generalised into one simple description, as different positions require various levels of experience and many varying degrees of involvement.

Your function within a company could be anything from promotional advertisements to market research and liaison with potential clients. A quick Google search will throw up the following definition: “Food marketing is defined as the activities that take place within the food system between the farm gate and the consumer. This includes processing, wholesaling, retailing, food service, and transportation functions and excludes all functions performed by producers on the farm.”

This is a very bland description and fails to acknowledge what is undoubtedly one of the most important factors to food marketing – market research, which involves the likes of branding, positioning, test marketing, segmentation and many other areas.

Lars Perner, a professor of clinical marketing at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles has written a very detailed brief on the position of a food marketer, and their role amongst the food industry, both in manufacture and consumerism.

To read the article, see the following link:

The food revolution

If you still aren’t convinced, the food industry is a brilliant market to be working in, now more so than ever before. It has only been in the most recent years that food has become a prevalent part of modern society. With health becoming a focal point for many and weight related illnesses on the rise, people are now more clinical on what they are putting into their bodies.

This along with the introduction of digital marketing means food marketers as a whole face many new challenges such as how to brand a healthy food product and how to make use of new digital platforms for advertisement.

Competition in food markets is thriving and the whole behaviour around food marketing is changing all the time - so if you are looking for a job to challenge you and keep you on your toes, whilst giving you the freedom to be creative and use your intuitive, food marketing might just be for you.


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