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Job title:

Marketing Co-Ordinator (Maternity Cover)

Location:

Cumbria

Hours:

Temporary 12 months (Maternity Cover) Part Time,

Salary:

£18,000 - £22,000 pro rata

Closing date:

June 20, 2021 12:00 am

How to apply:

To find out more about this role please click here.

To apply for this role please forward your CV with a covering letter describing how you meet the specification and why you think you would be a good fit for the post to: liz.hodgson@cforlp.org.uk.

If you would like to arrange an informal chat about the role then please contact Sarah Glass Executive Director at sarah.glass@cforlp.org.uk.

The Centre for Leadership Performance is a not-for-profit organisation working to support the growth of leadership capability across Cumbria. Their mission is to develop Cumbria’s leaders for today and tomorrow. They work from primary to board room in their approach to leadership development. Their philosophy and approach is that leadership is a behaviour that we can all demonstrate. They develop and carefully project-manage innovative programmes, working hand in hand with businesses and schools and young people to encourage and nurture leadership within organisations, individuals and communities, working at all levels and across sectors.

The Marketing Co-ordinator will ensure that marketing tasks are carried out in line with the Marketing Strategy and related marketing campaigns, as directed by the Executive Director.

As part of a small team you will be involved across all aspects of the business, relying on relationships with colleagues to produce effective marketing content that can be shared via email, the website and social media. Once directed the post holder must be able to work with minimal supervision, producing work of a high standard that protects and promotes the Centre brand. The post holder will also be relied upon to bring creativity to their work, making suggestions and bringing ideas to ensure campaigns are fresh and innovative.

The candidate must be flexible and able to undertake a range of digital and traditional marketing tasks, for example web content, video editing, newsletter production, design of flyers, social media posting.

Success in this role relies on an excellent understanding of the business and its stakeholders, to ensure communications support the business vision, mission and strategy. effective and professional manner, personal accountability and self-motivation and the ability to work in a fast paced and varied work environment.

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