Marketing & Audiences Lead - FTC


Job Description


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Monday 3 June 2024
Tuesday 11 or Thursday 13 June 2024
£33,038 per annum for 28 hours per week (full-time equivalent of £41,298 per annum)

Bishopsgate Institute is looking for an experienced stand-alone Marketing & Audiences Lead - FTC on a part-time basis for a fixed-term contract of 18 months, who will contribute to a year-on-year increase in venue hire and other income through planning and delivery of successful integrated marketing campaigns, while promoting and championing the Institute’s special collections and archives, programme and wider charitable purpose.

The role has the following areas of focus:

  • Income generation (especially venue hire)
  • Promotion of the special collections and archives and the programme (generating ticket sales, donations and engagement)
  • Wider Institute profile and engagement, including through management of the website and other digital channels
  • Audience development
  • Internal communications
  • Press and PR, including responding to media enquiries
  • Coordinating with external social media and web agencies, graphic designers and photographers.

We’re looking for someone with enough experience to be able to manage their time and proprieties well, who enjoys the day-to-day delivery and is also able to think and plan strategically.

The ideal candidate has multi-channel experience with excellent digital skills, very good judgment (knows when to escalate potential issues) and a genuine enjoyment of a role that is wide-ranging and hands-on across marketing, sales, brand and communications.

Application deadline: Monday, 03 June 2024 – 10am

Interview date:

First round interview date: Tuesday 11 or Thursday 13 June 2024

Second round interview date: Tuesday 18 or Thursday 20 June 2024

Successful applicants will demonstrate a keen understanding of Bishopsgate Institute’s unique offer, and a passion for the work we do here.

We only accept direct applications, and we do not accept CVs. Please no agencies.

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We value and celebrate diversity, and we welcome applications from under-represented communities in our sector, including Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic communities, LGBTQ+, non-binary, neurodiverse and disabled candidates. We want to make sure we represent the society in which we work but recognise that the cultural sector still has much work to do in this area.

As a start, we use application forms and not CVs to provide an identical opportunity to all candidates to tell us how their skills and experience meet our criteria in the same format as others. In that application form, we only ask for information that we need to assess candidates against the person specification for the role, and all applications are anonymised before the recruiting panel sees them (they don’t see your name or any of your personal information).

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