Marketing Executive

Marketing Executive
Employer: Natural History Museum
Salary: £28,735
Location: London

The Natural History Museum is a world-class visitor attraction and science research centre, and we use our unique collection to tackle some of the biggest challenges facing the world today.

We are looking for a highly collaborative and creative Marketing Executive to join our Digital Media and Marketing team to support achieving ambitious visitor, engagement and sales targets across both the Museum and its digital platforms.

You will be responsible for delivering innovative marketing campaigns across a range of paid and owned channels, as well as creating and developing new campaign ideas. With a commercial focus, you will have the opportunity to use your experience of online and offline marketing, to drive ticket sales for some of London’s most exciting events for both adults and children. On top of this, you will work alongside the Marketing Manager to support wider Museum work throughout the year.

Contributing to a cross-functional product team, you will collaborate with both in-house and external designers, our media agency and internal stakeholders. This is a broad-based marketing communications role which directly supports our brand principles to ignite curiosity and challenge how we all think about the natural world – past, present and future.

The successful candidate will have experience in planning and delivering campaigns, and proactively monitoring results across a range of metrics to adapt activity and generate optimum returns. You will have a track record of managing multiple projects that drive income/sales, as well as managing associated budgets effectively and working to tight deadlines.

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