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Digital Marketing Manager, Capital Theatres


The Digital Marketing Manager is part of our busy Marketing and Communications Department and will take the lead in developing the Capital Theatres website and digital strategy. They will engage new & existing audiences to increase box office income and build our brand as a charity and creative hub, as well as Scotland’s foremost presenting house. You will work closely with our agency partners to maintain and develop our digital marketing platforms and enhance our profile online. You will also support and lead on varied marketing campaigns, corporate comms and brand development across the work of the Trust from our Creative Engagement activities to the capital redevelopment of the King’s Theatre.

The successful candidate will have a proven track record in campaigns and brand development with a digital marketing focus, will be experienced in leading on digital strategy, website development, content creation, social media reach and engagement, Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and the ability to manage and deliver multiple projects to a high level.

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Applications should include an up-to-date CV and a letter (no more than two sides A4) detailing how your experience meets the requirements of the role.  Please also include two references (Referees will not be approached unless the job is offered).

Applications must be received before 9am on Friday 13 August 2021.

Interviews for the post will be held at the Festival Theatre during the week commencing Monday 16 August 2021. Please note that the interview date(s) has been specifically chosen according to the availability of the panel. You are advised to keep this date free if you are interested in this vacancy. We are unable to reschedule interviews.

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