We are seeking an experienced, driven and passionate full-time Marketing Manager to join our Marketing and Communications Team. If you are a skilled marketeer, with a flair for digital and an appreciation for dance and the wider cultural and education sectors, then read-on below for more on this exciting opportunity.
Marketing Manager – Full-time Role
Working closely with, and reporting into, the Head of Development & Communications, the Marketing Manager will deliver the key objectives of the School, which are currently:
The Marketing Manager will drive a multi-channel marketing strategy, with a strong focus on digital and social media, to ensure the continuous visibility and profile of the School.
For more information on this exciting opportunity and the related benefits, terms, and conditions, please download the job pack HERE.
First and second-stage interviews will be held during w/c 18 and 25 March and the start date is to be agreed with the successful candidate, though ideally by mid-April.
OUR COMMITMENT TO EQUITY, DIVERSITY & INCLUSION
Rambert School is an equal opportunities employer, meaning we are committed to providing equality of opportunity in employment to all of our staff and applicants, regardless of their age, disability, gender, gender reassignment status, marriage or civil partnership status, parental status, race, religion, belief or sexual orientation. We are committed to creating a diverse workforce that is representative of our society and therefore actively encourage applications from people from any background. We encourage and embrace difference in our staff and foster a culture of inclusivity. We have adopted the Halo Code, championing the right of staff to embrace all Afro-hairstyles, and welcome the wearing of headscarves and hijabs. As an organisation, we have committed to a Racial-Justice and Anti-Racism Action Plan.
WHAT THIS MEANS FOR OUR RECRUITMENT PROCESS
A broad search, promoting our opportunities through as many different channels as possible, to ensure that we attract high quality applicants from diverse backgrounds.
A structured shortlisting and interview process, conducted by more than one person.
Making every effort to eliminate discrimination, direct and indirect, from the recruitment and selection process.
Making necessary reasonable adjustments, where possible, throughout the recruitment and selection process to reduce any potential barriers and ensure equality of access for all applicants.