Assistant Marketing & Communications Consultant

Assistant Marketing & Communications Consultant
Employer: National Trust
Salary: £20,017
Location: London

Are you people-oriented and digitally savvy, passionate about engaging communities online? Do you treasure London’s open space as much as its built heritage and enjoy sharing experiences that move, teach and inspire?

The National Trust looks after twelve places in London, and they are some of the most distinctive and diverse we look after. They range from intimate spaces that ooze creativity, to sprawling historic landscapes that offer an escape from busy city life. As an Assistant Marketing Communications Consultant, you will play a vital part in communicating with London’s existing supporters and supporters of the future - bringing places that matter to life for our members and local communities.

This part-time, fixed term role offers an competitive salary of £20,017 per annum, including Inner London Weighting, as well the opportunity to work flexibly and training and development opportunities. Plus an impressive benefits package including up to five volunteering days, a health cash plan and a range of other retail discounts.

What it's like to work here
National Trust, in general, is an extraordinary place to work and especially in London. As part of the National Trust’s in-house Consultancy team you will act as one of many creative, supportive and collaborative workers who use their skills working at a regional level to bring our charitable purpose to life.

What you'll be doing
Based in our central London offices in Victoria, the role will include regular travel to our various London locations like Ham House in Richmond and Fenton House in Hampstead. You’ll be supporting key work, improving access to public open space and nature, enriching the connection between people and special places through sparking conversations and driving awareness of our cause on digital channels.

The National Trust values diversity and is committed to becoming a truly inclusive organisation, with a workforce that reflects the diversity of our society. We strongly encourage and welcome a wide range of applicants across all identities and backgrounds.

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