Role: Marketing and Communications Officer
Salary: £20,000 – £25,000 per year
Hours: Permanent/ Full-time
Interview date: 12th August
The Marketing & Communications Officer will be passionate about developing the Institute’s marketing to increase both brand awareness and sales. This position has become available at an exciting time: following the COVID-19 pandemic, growth of the Institute’s digital audience is key.
The points below identify some of the post-holder’s core areas of responsibility:
- Development of the Institute’s existing marketing tools, in addition to identifying new and prospective opportunities to promote the Institute to a wider audience. This will be achieved through the creation of marketing content and campaigns, website analysis and development, in addition to partnership building.
- The post-holder will lead on marketing the Institute’s brand-new, online programme and in doing so, will increase the Institute’s digital reach. Using the latest digital marketing techniques such as SEO and Google Analytics, the Marketing & Communications Officer will gain a deeper insight into how to grow the Institute’s audience both within the local community and beyond. This analysis will be used to further develop the Institute’s marketing strategy.
- Effective Communications. The post-holder will hold responsibility for ensuring that key stakeholders such as members and donors receive regular and effectual communications from the Institute.
Applications with an up-to-date CV and cover letter describing how your skills and experience match the requirements are invited. Please include current salary information on your CV.
For more information and to apply please follow this link- https://www.charityjob.co.uk/jobs/marketing-communications-officer/705064?tsId=8