|Job Title||Marketing Officer|
|Salary||£22000.00 - £25000.00 per annum|
|Job Published||27 Jun 2017|
This science based educational charity are looking for Marketing Officer to join their team until the end of the year.
The role will focus on leading the communications for a awards for their flagship education programme.
This will include delivering a new marketing strategy to raise awareness of the organisation amongst educators and helping to achieve the ambitious target to double the number of Awards over the next two years. You will also be responsible for creating and delivering digital and social communications to promote other education programmes to educators, parents, and young people - including three large schools programme.
The appointed candidate will have:
Solid marketing experience
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Experience of using social media platforms
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