Photo: Ceramics by Maria Wojdat

 

Marketing Co-ordinator

Craft Potters Association, Contemporary Ceramics Centre, Ceramic Review Publishing

2.5 days per week

£25,000 per annum pro rata

This is a new role in a successful and financially independent central London arts organisation. Our activities include a busy gallery, long-running and expanding magazine and major live ceramics events. We have a strong and rapidly growing audience on social media and increasing attendance at our events, up 50% between 2016 and 2017. We are seeking a Marketing Co-ordinator to help us take this further by reaching audiences that are new to us while cementing our connection with those we already know.

The principle tasks of the job involve:

– Engage and build our community both online and offline
– Consolidate and enact the marketing strategy for the Contemporary Ceramics Centre
– Devise and implement marketing strategies and advertising campaigns and for our other work
– Use analytics to understand our audience and target new ones
– Develop ideas with the rest of the team
– Submit listings and maintain our public profile
– Pitch to media contacts for feature and review coverage
– Work with the team to organise events
– Manage our presence at external events and allocate the events team
– Co-ordinate Ceramic Review’s media partnerships
– Create press releases and newsletters
– Manage the advertising budget and ensure ads are targeted and relevant
– Where required work on other public facing elements of the organisation such as websites, publications etc.

To apply, please send us the following to tobybrundin@ceramicreview.com

1. A CV
2. A letter of maximum two sides of A4 outlining your suitability for and interest in the
position
3. One or two pieces of marketing (links are acceptable) for which you have been
responsible in some way – it could be a flyer, website, press release, Facebook page, video,
newsletter, business card etc. relating to any area of activity, not just arts or crafts.
4. 200 words of promotional copy for an exhibition by ceramic sculptor Matthew Chambers

Download full job specification HERE

DEADLINE MIDNIGHT 4 DECEMBER 2017