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Cockermouth - Cumbria
£30,000 – 34,000 (commensurate with skills and experience)
September 24, 2021 12:00 am
The Centre for Leadership Performance (CforLP) 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 the boardroom in their approach to leadership development. CforLP’s 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.
To enable CforLP’s continued success and ambitious growth, an exciting opportunity has arisen for a Marketing Manager to join the CforLP team, based at their offices in Cockermouth.
The Marketing Manager will have a key role in supporting the Executive Directors and the rest of the team to achieve their aspirational business strategy, by developing, delivering and evaluating an integrated marketing strategy that ensures clients, partners and stakeholders understand and engage with the mission of the Centre. They will also be responsible for the development, delivery and evaluation of associated marketing campaigns and everyday marketing communications, leading, managing and coordinating the internal Marketing Assistant and external Marketing Suppliers.
You will have high levels of autonomy and will be involved across all aspects of the business, working with Programme Managers in Primary, Secondary and Workplace to develop effective marketing campaigns that promote the diverse work of the Centre, whilst ensuring brand cohesion and opportunities for cross-selling are maximised. This is a small and busy team and the post holder will need to be responsive to changing stakeholder needs, manage conflicting demands and roll their sleeves up on a regular basis.