Marketing Manager – part-time
£27,500 pro rata
25-30 hours, works out to be £18,333 - £21,000
A newly created Part-time Marketing Manager job with flexible hours and day to suit but cover over four days would be preferred. You’ll be joining a small friendly team of ten with a great culture; the business are champions of creating a culture that encourages a healthy work-life balance, with a policy of offering as much flexibility as possible. It’s an all-hands-on deck kinda team, everyone works together to ensure they are effective as possible.
They are always happy to invest in training and development for the whole team and want you to be happy and confident in your role, to understand your purpose and value in the team, and to trust in a future with the business.
It’s an autonomous role where you’ll be given freedom to share your ideas and encouraged to run with them and really own the role.
To raise the profile and awareness of the agency to new clients:-
- Create, manage and implement the marketing strategy by working closely with the MD
- Analyse data and findings from campaigns to assess and feedback what works and what doesn’t
- Manage the social media campaigns and posts
- Manage website content and the re-brand/build
- Networking at events
- Create webinars and round table events for the MD to host
- Respond to incoming enquires and leads
- Create and send out proposals
- Research/identify new clients
- Look at SEO and CRM
What you need:
- Ideally you’ll have been in a standalone marketing role with a SME
- Be a people person who enjoys engaging with others
- An understanding of copywriting, content would be useful as would any agency experience
Send us your CV to hello@moxieandmettle(dot)co(dot)uk
Reference REH - 476
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Moxie and Mettle is a UK based recruitment company; our clients are based in the UK too. Although many clients offer remote working as an option, there is still a need to regularly visit company offices and clients in the UK. Therefore, applications from overseas are unlikely to be successful, unless applicants already have plans to be in the UK several times a month/year to facilitate meetings with both the teams and clients.