Deadline: 9am Monday 17 August 2015. Paid (£15k-20k) Full time
The main purpose of the role:
- To assist with the day-to-day work of the marketing team with a particular focus on supporting project workers in the marketing element of their roles and creating our various publications
- To assist with the day-to-day work of the communications team with a focus on supporting project workers and our various publications
- To work with the Head of Marketing and Communications to ensure a smooth and positive roll out of new branded collateral
- To produce marketing materials, using your expertise to guide internal clients through a briefing process and taking materials from concept to reality
- To support the Marketing Coordinator in working with the development team to create materials to aid sales
- Actively model TROs ethos and best practice to the rest of communications and Marketing team and represent TRO at external events
- Attend or lead a weekly shared reading group
- To support The Reader magazine by managing and increasing subscriber numbers and working as required on future Reader publications.
- Shares our ethos and values
- Understands the importance and value of reading
- Is flexible, creative, willing and able
- Well organised, able to manage a varied workload
- Experience of working in a marketing role
- An eye for detail both in terms of design and written work.
- The ability to tell a complex story in a simple and engaging way.
- Experience of designing printed collateral
- Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written with the ability to adjust tone depending on the audience.
How to Apply:
Visit www.thereader.org.uk and select the ‘Working With Us’ tab where you will be able to view the full job description and download an application form. Please complete the application form and submit a covering letter, explaining how you meet the requirements of this role, to firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for applications: Monday 17th August, 9am
NB: applications arriving after 9am will not be considered
A high volume of applications may make replies to everyone impossible.