Marketing Officer (Publications)
Annual Salary Up To £23,354
Generous holiday entitlement
Defined benefit pension with around 15% employer contribution
JOB REF: 18-168
Colchester Institute is looking for an experienced Marketing Officer to head up the Publications team with responsibility for the production of an extensive range of the College’s marketing literature and promotional materials. This will include prospectuses, brochures, newsletters, posters and flyers along with the creation of media campaigns and advertising for the whole College, across all sites. Responsibility will involve ensuring all work is produced to a high standard and in keeping with the brand guidelines. You will work closely with various colleagues across Colchester Institute and will be expected to build successful relationships with contacts throughout the College and externally. You will be responsible for the daily line management of the small Publications team.
You will be highly organised with a keen eye for detail and have experience of working within marketing or a publication house, with significant experience in print and advertising. You will be able to demonstrate excellent copywriting and proof-reading skills. With a formal qualification in English and a relevant degree.
You will be required to support the wider marketing team at Open Events, Careers Evenings, UCAS Fairs, Graduation and other marketing events. This will involve working some evenings, weekends and involve travel across the UK to attend UCAS Fairs.
You will have a good standard of general education, to include GCSE 9-4 or equivalent in English and Maths, with a relevant degree.
Closing Date: 1st October 2019
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