Marketing Executive | Not for Profit | Nottingham

Posted on April 18, 2019
Ref: 313

Role: Executive

Location: Nottinghamshire, East Midlands

Salary: £25,000-£30,000

Type: Permanent

Specialism: Not for Profit

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Sally Attridge

Call: 01789 201469

email Sally


This vacancy is now closed

A rare and exciting opportunity to join a small not for profit organisation operating in the education sector.  You will be joining a multi-disciplinary team of marketers and creatives where you will lead on both digital and traditional marketing activities.

Key duties will include:

  • Creating and optimising all email campaigns via a CRM system
  • Managing and developing all social media activities including content creation and analytics
  • Managing both paid and organic search campaigns using advanced SEO techniques and Google AdWords (PPC)
  • Creating copy for press releases, blogs, newsletters and website content
  • Running advertising and print campaigns
  • Line management of one direct report
  • Budget management

This is an excellent opportunity for a strong generalist marketing executive to get involved in all aspects of a small businesses marketing activities.  A great chance for a Marketing Executive to step up into a Marketing Manager role or for an agency side candidate to make the move across to in-house.

It is essential that you can demonstrate experience of managing and running digital campaigns – you will be tasked with growing the social media presence and reporting on all activity regularly.

A highly urgent need where my client will interview straight away with a view to an immediate start!

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