Would you like to work in a forward-thinking institution where values of student experience, customer service, academic quality, value for money and continuous improvement are at the forefront of how we make our decisions? Do you place the customer at the heart of all that you do? If your answer is ‘yes’, we have a great opportunity for you to experience it all for yourself and to join our Marketing Team as a Marketing Manager.
In this exciting role, you will lead a small marketing team to drive forward University of Sunderland in London’s brand reach and support the wider objectives of the Marketing, Recruitment and Admissions department of meeting targets for the quantity, quality and diversity of students.
This is a broad, varied and fast-paced role and you will be expected to work closely with colleagues across the University to develop and implement marketing plans. The ideal candidate will be able to think on their feet, manage a diverse portfolio and be able to move from creating content one day, to strategic planning the next.
You will have experience of planning, drafting and executing of marketing plans, working across the marketing mix and in multi-channel campaign delivery. The ability to understand the information needs of different audience groups is key, as well as your experience of managing a team. For more details please check the attached role profile.
We offer you a unique opportunity to work with friendly and dedicated people and to have a real and invaluable impact upon our students’ learning experience and upon our success. We also offer you our commitment to training and development, a generous annual leave provision and our location in Canary Wharf with many transport links for easy access.
Please click ‘Apply’. You will need to register on our e-recruitment platform and complete an application form.
If you have any questions, please contact Human Resources in the first instance at email@example.com
Closing Date: Midnight, Wednesday 21 July 2021
Interviews date TBC
Please note that staff at the UoSiL are currently working to a blended pattern of home and office working to provide essential services and teaching to students during the Covid-19 pandemic period. Any remote or home working is temporary only and does not constitute a permanent change to designated place of work or working conditions.