Job opportunity: Marketing and Communications Manager with Scottish Ensemble

13 January 2022

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Scottish Ensemble are seeking applications for the role of Marketing and Communications Manager.

As the Marketing and Communications Manager, you’ll be responsible for communicating the work of Scottish Ensemble and driving attendance, participation and sales for events, both in person and online.

This is a creative, practical and strategic role. Scottish Ensemble are looking for a post-holder who can both be innovative in how they talk about and sell their work, but also ensure that those creative marketing strategies are underpinned by evaluation, consistent reporting and robust systems.

Scottish Ensemble are looking for applicants who identify with and are excited by Scottish Ensemble’s mission and philosophy. You will be an exceptional communicator, and be someone with a strong track record in your field. You will be a creative and fast thinker, and someone who will excel in a multi-faceted role. You will also be someone who is excited to work in a non-siloed environment, and able to contribute more widely than simply within the confines of your role description; bringing to the team ideas and suggestions that benefit all areas of the organisation’s work.

Full details of the role, including details of terms and how to apply, are included in the job pack on their website.

Applications close: Thursday 3rd February at 5.30pm
Interviews: Week beginning 7th February

Location: Glasgow City

For further information, please contact monica.gowans@scottishensemble.co.uk (monica.gowans@scottishensemble.co.uk), or visit https://scottishensemble.co.uk/could-you-be-our-next-marketing-and-communications-manager/

The deadline is Thursday 03 February 2022 at 17:30.

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