We are looking for a Communications Manager!
Clore Leadership is looking for an experienced Communications Manager to join our small and busy team.
This item was last updated on
2 January 2019
The Communications Manager will provide strategic and creative leadership in communications and marketing including the development and implementation of an inspiring communications strategy, devising and leading innovative, dynamic and effective multi-channel marketing campaigns; creative management of the Clore Leadership website as a learning resource; and the development and integration of digital communication activities. In addition, the role will champion and support the refresh and renewal of programmes and priorities in line with the Clore Leadership Vision, Purpose and Values.
The Communications Manager will have experience of delivering effective marketing strategies/campaigns within the UK cultural sector (or equivalent); demonstrates the ability to think creatively and critically to generate ideas, take initiative and exercise good judgement; have strong communications, interpersonal, project management and problem solving skills; a proven track record of developing and managing marketing and project budgets and experience of effective press and media liaison.
Salary: £35,000-£42,000 p.a. (depending on experience).
For full terms and conditions, download the Job description here.
To apply, please send your CV (no more than 4 pages), a cover letter (maximum 2 pages) and a completed Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form to Laura.Weijers@cloreleadership.org by noon on Friday 18th January 2019. Please write Communications Manager in the subject line.
The Clore Leadership Programme is an equal opportunities employer and encourages applications from all sections of the community. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion sit at the heart of our values and are essential to a thriving and resilient cultural sector. Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) people, as well as disabled people are currently heavily underrepresented in leadership roles in the cultural sector in the UK. We welcome and encourage BAME and disabled people to apply for this contract. We will interview disabled candidates who meet the essential criteria for this role.