Marketing Executive (Waterpark) – Qatari National

Job Overview

Company Description

Rixos Qetaifan Island North

Rixos Qetaifan Island North will comprise a 345-key hotel, along with a souq encompassing 11,000sqm of leasing space, a beach club, a theme park, and a waterpark. The resort will boast panoramic views of the Arabian Gulf. Rixos plans to provide a platform for showcasing Qatar as a tourism destination. One of the country’s biggest draws will be Qetaifan Island North’s Waterpark attraction. The Rig 1938 is the world’s highest tower of its kind, reaching 82 metres.

Job Description

Marketing Executive (Waterpark) – Qatari National

  • Conduct market research and analysis to evaluate trends, brand awareness, and competition ventures
  • Organize and oversee advertising/communication campaigns, exhibitions, and promotional events
  • Coordinate brand teams’ (internally and externally) in creating engaging and interactive content to ensure brand consistency
  • Monitor the Social Media platform progress, engagement analysis, tools to enhance the company performance, reports, and full finding reports.
  • Developing social media content plans that are consistent with the company’s brand identity
  • Staying up to date on best practices and emerging trends in marketing industry


  • Bachelor ‘s degree in Marketing / Communications
  • 3 or more years of experience in Marketing in a five-star hospitality, preferably with theme park experience
  • Experience using various analytics software

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