Location: We have an office in London but our staff are dispersed and live in cities and towns across the UK. We are particularly interested in hearing from candidates based in the north of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Contract: Permanent – Our full-time hours are 35 hours a week, we are fully equipped to support home working and are happy to talk flexible working.
We are a social research agency looking a marketing and communications manager to help us tell our story more effectively and drive the growth of our business and our positive social impact. We need someone who is:
- Curious and empathic: We need someone who can engage with our expert social researchers to find out the story of our work and the impact it has on society. You’ll be working across teams, sectors and services, so you’ll need to quickly build effective working relationships.
- Persuasive and articulate: our work only has an impact if we can share it in a compelling and accurate way. We are known for the quality of our project work, and we expect the same for our marketing and communications. We are looking for someone who can tell a good story, consistently, across all our channels.
- Organised and proactive: you’ll be working in a busy consultancy with a matrix management model. You’ll have your own priorities to develop and deliver a marketing plan, alongside supporting the ambitions of our work winning teams. You’ll need to keep on top of your work and prioritise effectively.
This is a new role within an established business development function, and offers real scope for you to shape a marketing and communications plan that is creative, effective and coherent. We’re looking for a manager who can look at our corporate strategy and come up with a tactical plan to deliver against it. In particular we’d like to see digital communications skills and strong writing.
Interested? More details about us and the role can be found in the Recruitment Job Pack. There is also information on how to apply and who to contact if you have any questions. We look forward to hearing from you. Please note the deadline for applications is Monday 30 November 2020.