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Marketing and Communications Manager

Part Time, 14 hours per week (Monday – Friday)

Salary: £30,000 (£12,000 Pro Rata)

The Marketing and Communications Manager must be an enthusiastic and creative individual, highly organised and able to oversee a number of different project strands across a complex stakeholder ecosystem. The ability to work independently in a multi-task environment as well as part of a dynamic and supportive team is essential. The Marketing and Communications Manager will also be responsible for the overall management and development of the Social Media and Events Coordinator.

The Marketing and Communications Manager will be responsible for the planning and delivery of effective, impactful marketing strategy to position Generator as the leading creative development agency in the UK. This includes leading on campaigns for talent development, business support, sector growth & knowledge for the creative & digital industries, both regionally and nationally.

They will develop an effective marketing, content and PR strategy and campaigns to promote Generator’s overarching identity and core programmes such as music development, Digital Union and business support activities. They will create and drive audience development goals and related strategies aligned to the Generator business plan that meet the needs of and engage with existing and potential audiences.

We actively encourage people from a variety of backgrounds to apply for positions in our organisation so that our working practices can be influenced by those around us. We would be particularly keen to hear from applicants who are from a minority ethnic group or self-identify as having a disability.

If this sounds like you, then please take a look around our website to find out more about what we do, read the job description and apply by submitting a CV, covering letter and any examples of your previous work to by Wednesday 15th December, 5pm. You must be available for interviews week commencing Monday 10th January

If you have any questions or need any additional support to apply for this position, please email Mick Ross for more information

This post is part-funded by England European Regional Development Fund as part of the European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme 2014-2020.

This post is supported by the North of Tyne Combined Authority.

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