Livingston James Retained by Denholm Group to Appoint a Marketing & Communications Manager

Founded in 1866, The Denholm Group is a fifth-generation family business. To ensure the continued strength of the Group, each generation has carefully considered the longer-term view of the future.  That is why today, The Denholm Group has purposefully evolved into four divisions: Shipping, Logistics, Seafoods and Industrial Services. Through this structure, The Denholm Group is able to manage its risk by having a number of different businesses influenced by various differing factors.

Each division originates from shipping or maritime-related services and has developed and expanded its products and services to meet the ever-evolving market influences and customer requirements. This approach benefits all stakeholders, including shareholders, employees, customers, partners, suppliers and the local communities in which we work.

Denholm Group is looking to appoint a high-calibre Marketing & Communications Manager. This is a full-time role to be based in the Head Office in Glasgow.

Denholm Group is an organisation steeped in its Scottish roots with the majority of its operations across the United Kingdom and Ireland. As the business has evolved and grown over the generations, there has been no compromise on a culture of integrity, professionalism, and ambition.

With a turnover of c.£400 million and c.1700 employees, this is a business which offers a real (and rare) opportunity for an experienced Marketing and Communications professional to make a meaningful impact and support the commercial development of the business.

This is a truly wonderful opportunity to join an enormously successful business, in a highly visible role that will allow the successful candidate to genuinely influence Marketing and Communications strategy and crucially make a significant impact. In return, the successful candidate will receive a highly competitive basic salary and benefits.

NB: This is a full-time position where the individual will be required to be in the office a minimum of 3 times per week.

If you are interested in finding out more about this role, then please reach out to Alistair Shaw at [email protected] or Harry Thomson at [email protected] in the first instance for a confidential discussion.

Denholm Group is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status or pregnancy and maternity.

Position Profile – Denholm Group – Marketing Communications Manager

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