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ABF The Soldiers’ Charity – National Marketing Manager

***THIS JOB VACANCY HAS NOW CLOSED***

Contract type: two year fixed term contract

Application Closure Date: 12 April

Salary: Competitive

NO AGENCIES

ABF The Soldiers’ Charity is recruiting for a National Marketing Manager. The main role is to lead the development and implementation of a national marketing strategy including the development of digital channels and content. To lead and manage a programme of traditional and digital projects and products. To be able to liaise with stakeholders both internally and externally to create new opportunities for the use of digital channels and products.

The main responsibilities for the National Marketing Manager:

  • Lead the development and implementation of a national marketing strategy to include development of digital channels and content.
  • Lead and manage a programme of traditional and digital projects and products.
  • Liaise with stakeholders both internally and externally to create new opportunities for the use of digital channels and products.
  • Map digital capabilities to organisational strategic priorities.
  • Use audience insight and analytics to continuously improve user/audience experience.
  • Line manage four team members.
  • Deputise for the Director of Communications and Marketing.

If you feel you have the relevant experience and skill set for this role, and would like to work within a professional, dynamic team please send your current CV and strong supporting statement to Tina Reading, HR Manager –treading@soldierscharity.org.

Interview date TBC

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