MARKETING EXECUTIVE (CAMPAIGNS)
£28,000 per annum
London Office with flexibility to work from home
37.5 Hours per week
Marketing and Communications Manager
10:00am, 16th August 2021 BST
Free barista (london office only)
An extra day off on your birthday!
Annual training and development contribution
Fun coworking office space
ABOUT THE ROLE
We are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated professional to join The Diana Award. The Marketing Executive (Campaigns) will be a key part of our Marcomms team and will be a results-driven, highly organised team player with experience in the day-to-day management of multiple projects with activities focused on marketing and communications. They will support the development of campaigns and projects across The Diana Award programmes, managing high profile stakeholder relationships with household brands.
This job description is intended to convey information essential to understanding the scope of the job and the general nature and level of work performed by employees in this role. It is not exhaustive and staff may be required to undertake other reasonable duties commensurate with the role as requested by the line manager.
Reporting to our Marketing and Communications Manager, be responsible for creating and maintaining a systemic, process-driven approach to partner relationship management.
Take ownership of partnership management with a particular focus on marketing and communications, ensuring you remain the key contact for marcomms.
Remain the key project lead across multiple The Diana Award projects, responding and managing queries from project stakeholders.
Lead on day-to-day project management, working with internal and external teams to ensure projects are progressing as planned.
Devise, plan and optimise fully integrated marketing and communications campaigns that create visibility, engagement, and generate positive KPI results and work alongside the wider marcomms strategy.
Work with marcomms team and freelancers to coordinate, edit, build and distribute marketing and communications assets.
Write, edit and proofread copy for marketing collaterals and campaigns.
Build and maintain key relationships with third parties and work closely with the creative team to ensure brand consistency.
Identify and develop media opportunities, working closely with other staff across the organisation.
Collaborate with senior management and other staff to align internal goals with new and existing partner relationships.
Deliver a great experience to our partners when working with our organisation – you will represent our brand and be our partners’ liaison internally.
Forecast, measure, and report the results of projects, including co-created and/or co-branded content promotions, lead sharing, and/or event partnerships.
Use all available tools to monitor, report and analyse results to improve year-on-year performance of projects.
Organise project administration and support the wider charity with use of efficient project management tools.
Represent the Marcomms team at events as required
Reasonable occasional out of office hours work will be required as maybe some travel within the UK
Be an active contributor to the Marcomms department, team meetings and away days
Adhere to The Diana Award policies and procedures, maintaining good liaison across the organisation
Undertake other duties from time to time, as requested by the line manager
We are looking for an enthusiastic, self-motivated, and well-organised individual who is passionate about marketing and communications and well skilled in project management. You will need to manage The Diana Award (and its programmes) campaign projects and liaise with internal and external stakeholders to ensure a positive return on investment.
You will be responsible for ensuring projects and campaigns result in a positive return on investment.
At least 2 years’ experience working in account or project management in relation to working with partners/stakeholders.
Strong Marketing and Communications skills.
Ability to help amplify existing partnerships via marketing and communications.
Strong communication and multi-tasking skills
Excellent Organisational Skills – you must be able to manage multiple projects at the same time and prioritise tasks according to the charity’s needs. You must be able to deliver results calmly under pressure whilst maintaining attention to detail.
Experience in delivering reports and confidence with analytics tools.
Creativity – ability to develop and implement creative ideas.
An excellent writer who can deliver across communications and responses to briefs.