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Communications Manager, OutdoorArtsUK

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As our Communications Manager, you'll be Social Media savvy and full of creative ideas for communication with our membership and the general public. And you'll enjoy tweeting from a muddy field, a rooftop carpark or a busy high street.

You will lead the ongoing development and implementation of communication and marketing strategies, ensuring their integration into all areas of OutdoorArtsUK’s work; this includes the production of communication plans, copy, print materials, advertising, website and social media marketing, e-communications and campaigns.

You will be able to work on developing an overall communications strategy for the organisation, building on the positives, driving forward the implementation and taking advantages of any new technologies and opportunities.

This is also a chance to develop a strategy for marketing the organisation, as well as the sector.

Working alongside the Executive Director, you will work within a budget and make crucial spending decisions to ensure the best return for OutdoorArtsUK. You’ll also be responsible for the work of the Communications Intern (a role guaranteed until 2019).

To apply, please visit: http://outdoorartsuk.org/about-isan/vacancies/

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Photo, Crowds enjoying Garden of Light, by TILT. Lumiere London 2016, produced by Artichoke, supported by Mayor of London. Credit Matthew Andrews 2016.

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