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Marketing Officer (Community), Brighton Dome & Festival

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3.5 days/ 26 hours per week

Permanent

£13,350 per annum (£19,000 FTE)

Brighton Dome & Brighton Festival is looking for an experienced Marketing Officer with a passion for engaging community audiences to be responsible for delivering effective marketing campaigns for our inclusion initiatives, both year-round at Brighton Dome and for Brighton Festival.

You will devise and manage creative marketing campaigns for our assisted performance programmes, family and community events, outreach projects, artist development programmes and other initiatives that fall under our equality and diversity action plan, as well as working with our colleagues in the Music & Arts service.

The successful candidate will have experience of working in a busy arts, education or charity marketing environment, using email marketing and website CMS systems and have a good eye for detail and accurate proof reading. You will be able to communicate effectively with a wide range of people and work under your own initiative.

Please visit https://brightondome.org/about/jobs/marketing_officer_community/ to download an application form.

Please e-mail applications@brightondome.org for a copy of the job description.

Closing date for applications: noon Tuesday 27th August 2019

Interviews will be held on: Tuesday 3rd September 2019

All applications must be sent to applications@brightondome.org.

Our preferred format for receiving applications is in Microsoft Word. For Equal Opportunities reasons, CV’s will not be accepted. Only completed application forms will be considered for this vacancy

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