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Marketing Manager

£29,353 – £29,353 yearly

Creative Youth Network

Creative Youth Network

Last Updated: 11/21/22

Job Description

Marketing Manager

About Us

Creative Youth Network is a successful charity organisation that supports young people to reach their potential and lead fulfilling lives by building secure and positive relationships with them based on their individual unique needs. We offer young people safe spaces to express themselves with creative courses, youth clubs and practical advice and support.

We take pride in our relaxed working culture and environment and we are PQASSO accredited. We’ve opted into the Bristol City Council Equality Charter and are dedicated to promoting equality and diversity within the organisation.

We’re currently looking for a Marketing Manager to join our team on a full or part-time basis and raise the profile of our organisation.

The Benefits

We offer 33 days' annual leave (including bank holidays, pro rata for part-time) per year, a generous pension scheme, a cycle to work scheme, opportunities for flexible working, paid breaks and fantastic development opportunities.

The Role

As our Marketing Manager, you will co-ordinate and produce engaging content and communications for our audiences, raising the profile of our organisation.

Working with our Head of Fundraising and Communications, you’ll help develop and deliver our communications strategy with a focus on maintaining our social media presence across a variety of channels.

Overseeing the content management for our website, you’ll produce captivating and creative communications tailored to our audiences as well as engaging core supporters with meaningful newsletter campaigns.

Additionally, you will:

- Lead the development and strategy of our brand and social media channels
- Create and design all printed and digital materials
- Publish a range of high-quality case studies on our website
- Act as the first point of contact for media enquiries and build and develop media relationships

About You

To join us as a Marketing Manager, you will need:

- Experience with social media and to be familiar and comfortable with the social media landscape
- A passion for analytics and the ability to translate complex data into meaningful information
- Excellent time management skills and the ability to plan, organise and prioritise
- Excellent literacy skills including drafting style and attention to detail
- The ability to process data without errors

Experience in editing and handling images would be beneficial to your application.

Salary: £29,353 per annum FTE, with the option for 4 days (£23,482 part-time)
Grade: 3.0
Hours: 40 hours per week, with the option of 32 hours per week
Application deadline: 9th March 2022, 9am

In accordance with our Safer Recruitment Policy, we are unable to accept CVs and ask that you select the apply button and complete the application form instead. This role is subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS check.

Other organisations may call this role Marketing Communications Manager, Social Media Manager, Communications and Marketing Manager, Marketing Campaign Manager, Marketing and Engagement Manager, or Marketing Lead.

Creative Youth Network is committed to inclusivity, equality and equity. Diversity is a strength and we are keen to make our workforce more representative of the different backgrounds and experiences of the communities we serve. We work to remove barriers and pride ourselves on giving opportunities to people of all walks of life and all class backgrounds. This includes people who identify as D/deaf, disabled or neurodivergent, LGBTQIA+, are early in their careers or come from groups who experience racial inequality.

So, if you’re seeking a brilliant new opportunity as a Marketing Manager, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.

Company Details

Bristol, Bristol, United Kingdom
Creative Youth Network enables young people, no matter what their background or circumstances, to reach their own potential. All of our young people are experiencing barriers that are preventing them from flourishing. Many of our young people are marginalised, unemployed, not in education, suffer poor mental health, are in care (or are care leavers), are asylum seekers, refugees, disabled, from l...