Miller Manufacturing Company is a market-leading manufacturer, distributor and marketer of farm, ranch, and pet products which are sold under the brand names of Little Giant®, Hot-Shot®, Springer Magrath®, Double-Tuf®, Pet Lodge™, and API®. At the core of Miller’s values is our commitment to American manufacturing, with most of our products designed, manufactured, and distributed here in the United States.
Miller Manufacturing started as a family-owned business in 1941 and today is owned and operated by Frandsen Corporation of North Branch, MN. Miller Manufacturing’s catalog features over 1,000 products which are sold through a large network of farm and animal health supply distributors in the United States and over 30 countries around the world.
Miller has remained focused on its core channel in the farm and ranch market since 1941 while continuing to provide innovative products alongside time-tested solutions to a broad range of customers. As a one-stop shop for companies looking for a full breadth of product for the farm and ranch consumer, Miller continues to manufacture quality, cost-competitive products to our customers.
Miller Manufacturing Company, a market-leading manufacturer, distributor and marketer of farm, ranch, and pet products, is searching for a Marketing Communications Manager to join our team in Eagan, Minnesota.
The Marketing Communications Manager creates, implements and oversees communications strategies, plans, and programs that effectively describe and promote the organization and its products. This includes areas such as print and online advertising, digital marketing, content development, public relations, marketing collateral and packaging, marketing budget development and cost tracking.
This role provides supervision and direction to staff and outside resources. The Marketing Communications Manager oversees the brand vision and execution for consumer brands, developing brand positioning strategies based on market desired business outcomes and leveraging business knowledge and strategic thinking to direct the interpretation and use of information to improve business decisions and strategies.