Northfield Ecocentre

Marketing and Communications Coordinator at Northfield Ecocentre

Posted February 27, 2018

An exciting opportunity is available to join the Northfield Ecocentre team. We are looking for a Marketing & Communications Co-ordinator to join us to create campaigns that increase our profile, raise levels of user engagement and increase valuable funds for our projects and organisation. The role is focused on creating messaging stakeholder engagement and media liaison. It also incorporates many aspects of digital and print-based marketing. It is essential that you have broad experience in all aspects of on- and offline marketing and communications.

Northfield Ecocentre inspires people to live sustainably through education, arts engagment, advice, events and activities. Reporting into the Director and working alongside the project co-ordinators, your responsibilities will include: developing and implementing the marketing and communications strategy; acting as a brand ambassador; developing tactics to maintain and increase profile, engagement and support for the organisation’s cause; creating, developing and implementing online and offline campaign strategies for our projects – including managing website content, writing copy, press releases and contributing to social media accounts.

For this role, we would like for you to have a degree in marketing or an equivalent qualification (for example, Chartered Institute of Marketing diploma); additionally, there will be a substantial amount of marketing collateral production, therefore it is vital that you are skilled in writing and proofing copy and briefs for designers.

This is a brilliant opportunity for an experienced Marketing & Communications co-ordinator to broaden their experience and be part of our exciting journey by carrying out some extremely rewarding work as we make the exciting move to become an independent charity which will grow to represent whole of the city of Birmingham.

Terms and Conditions

This a 12 month, 0.5 fte, part-time contract (18.75 hours per week) with the possibility of an extension.

The salary is £24,082 pro-rata.

You will be entitled to 21 days holiday pro-rata plus Bank Holidays pro-rata.

Application Process

The job description and application form can be downloaded here

Please return your completed application form and covering letter/email, including your availability to start to by 5pm Thursday 8th March 2018. We do not accept CVs.

If you have any questions please call Michael Addison on 07530 524349 or 0121 4480119

Interviews will be held Tuesday 20th Mar 2018.

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