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Head of Marketing and Communications, New Theatre

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At Ambassador Theatre Group we’re excited to be getting ready to reopen our venues from late summer 2021, in line with UK Government guidelines. As a first step, we’re delighted to be able to advertise this key post at the New Theatre, Oxford.

Responsible for the local Marketing & Communications team, the Head of Marketing & Communications oversees all aspects of promotion of hundreds of performances and events each year, and other associated products such as membership, sponsorship and food and beverage.

This is a senior position in a dynamic and fast moving environment, located in the heart of the beautiful city of Oxford. Our ideal candidate will be able to deliver creative, successful campaigns that inspire our customers and reach our sales targets; experience from within this sector is not essential and we actively encourage applications from a wide range of marketing backgrounds.

Please see our job description download for further details on ATG and the role. Initially it is likely you will work from home, but will be located in the venue on a permanent basis. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions regarding the role. 

We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer and strive to provide a stage for everyone. Our stages are a platform for compelling stories – stories that are for all, by all, and of all. Onstage and off, we hold ourselves accountable for nurturing an inclusive culture. Find out more about us and our values at atg.co.uk and careers.atg.co.uk  

Apply online at https://candidate.atg.co.uk/131733ART

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