We're looking for a Marketing Manager to join our team

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We are looking for a new Marketing Manager to join our team!

The Thames Festival Trust is an arts organisation which delivers festivals, stand-alone commissions, river-based events, heritage projects and education programmes. We have a twenty one-year track record of using learning, culture and creativity to amaze, excite and inform. Our work helps bring communities together, originally around the River Thames, and now in cities across the UK and the world.

Our main outputs are:

- National and international Arts Education programme Rivers of the World
- Our annual season of events taking place along the River Thames in September Totally Thames
- Our heritage programme uncovering the Thames' rich history.

THE OPPORTUNITY

We are looking to recruit an individual with proven marketing and communications management experience, with the ambition to drive forward the Trust’s work in arts education, culture and heritage. The role will suit a creative self-starter who can demonstrate initiative, prioritise competing demands, can work effectively across a wide spectrum of people and stakeholders, and who is looking to broaden their knowledge and expertise.

The Marketing Manager will be instrumental in developing and delivering the organisation’s marketing strategy. They will be focused on raising the profile of the company in the media and online, through the creation and distribution of eye-catching content and communicating key messages about the full range of company’s activity. Our ambition is to develop a broad and diverse audience for the Trust’s work.

HOW TO APPLY

Download the Job Description & Person Specification document, and Equal Opportunities Form below.

Please send us a cover letter detailing how you meet the person specification and what you will bring to the post, together with your CV and the Equal Opportunities form to recruitment@thamesfestival.org

Deadline for applications is Thursday 14 March at 5pm.

Interviews will take place on Thursday 21 March.