Careers, Marketing and Sales Administrator Officer, Artswork


Job Summary

We are now looking for a Careers Marketing, Sales and Administration Officer to support the work of the Careers team to grow and deliver Apprenticeships, work-based learning, bursaries and young cultural changemaker training.

Job Description

At Artswork we strive to make the arts and creativity available to absolutely everyone. We aim to break through barriers and develop new ways for people to discover the success, empowerment and sheer joy that the arts and creativity can bring to classrooms, communities and careers.

This role will work to increase the number of participants in our careers programme through effective marketing and promotion across a range of channels, with particular focus on employer engagement. The role will involve skilled, professional communications and an understanding of how to grow and develop audiences and provide essential administrative support to the organisation's work-based learning programmes.

This role is home based. It will also require occasional travel for team meetings and events in the South East. Hours: 3 days (21 hours) per week. Job share and flexible working possible

Closing date for applications: 10am, Friday 31 March 2023

Interviews: Tuesday 18 April, via Zoom

Job Requirements

Knowledge of communication tools

Knowledge of a range of IT applications including Word, Excel, Outlook, Access and PowerPoint

Knowledge of various digital platforms and tools

Awareness of Inclusion, Diversity and Equalities in education delivery

Knowledge of Data Protection in education delivery

English and Maths an GCSE at grade 5-9 or A*- C,

Experience of marketing and coordinating events

Experience of general administrative systems such as filing, archiving, maintaining mailing lists, managing phone and email messages

Experience of working as part of a team

Experience of using social media for marketing purposes

Excellent organisational and administrative skills, the ability to prioritise workload and keen attention to detail

Excellent written and verbal communication skills, responding effectively in person, in writing, via email and over the phone

Ability to manage multiple priorities, work well under pressure and meet deadlines

Strong interpersonal skills

Job Responsibilities

Support the careers programme through development of employer engagement, acting as the first point of contact for queries

Develop and deliver marketing campaigns for specific areas of the careers programme, creating active leads which can be followed up Research new opportunities for employer engagement and maintain a database of contacts

Ensure all careers positions are advertised promptly and liaise with employers and training partners regarding necessary paperwork

Manage, maintain and build local, regional and national mailing lists, including marketing/press contacts, working with the Communications team, ensuring compliance with Data Protection guidelines

Act as point of contact for initial queries, ensuring good communication and flow of information

Maintain CRM system ensuring it is up to date

Maintain all spreadsheets relating to the programmes

Work closely with colleagues and partners to ensure compliance with all relevant legislative requirements

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How to Apply

Please complete the application form and the equal opportunities monitoring form and submit these by 10am on the 31st March 2023. CVs will not be accepted, and applicants should not attach CVs or other supporting documents.

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