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Promotions Manager

Find out how to become a promotions manager and work in the administration & business industry. Discover information on salary, growth, stability and occupational expectations.

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The current average salary of an Promotions Manager is $55,900 - 102,400 annually


What does a promotions manager do?

Promotions managers take responsibility for the development and implementation of promotion schedules designed to encourage the purchase of goods or services. Employment for promotions managers to 2019 is expected to grow strongly. Employment in this very large occupation grew very strongly over the last five years. 

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What skills do you need to be a promotions manager?

Promotions managers develop strategies to promote specific products or services. They can work within an organisation or in an agency setting.

  • Liaise with senior marketing and other managers to understand promotion goals
  • Take a part in the development of promotional and marketing policies
  • Develop promotions including deals to encourage target market purchases
  • Organise and strategise to ensure promotions reach consumers in a timely manner
  • Work within budgetary constraints to ensure an efficient and effective promotional service
  • Ensure compliance with any legal restraints related to promotion
My Upskilled trainers were great, and I really found that the contents of the course were very interesting and useful.
Student Q&A: Tomomi Iwasaki
, Business Faculty Student - Marketing and Communication
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Promotions manager quick facts

Working as a promotional manager will give you the opportunity to exercise your creative flair whilst communicating effectively with people within and outside an organisation.

  • Average Hours Worked
    42.3 full-time hours per week vs. all jobs average of 40 hours
  • Main Industries
    Professional, scientific and technical services; manufacturing; and other industries
  • Average qualification level
    35% Bachelor degree

* All information on this page has been complied using figures from payscale.com.au and the Australian Government's joboutlook.gov.au - all figures are indications only, and are accurate at time of publication. Please do your own research before selecting a course or career.

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