Marketing Manager

Marketing Manager
Employer: Brighton Fringe Ltd
Salary: Up to £25000
Location: Brighton, East Sussex

Summary: Brighton Fringe Ltd seeks a highly motivated, dynamic and creative individual for the position of Marketing Manager. Leading the marketing and communications team, and working closely with all departments and stakeholders (including venues, participants, press, suppliers and commercial partners), the Marketing Manager is responsible for the formulation and delivery of an integrated marketing, press and PR strategy for Brighton Fringe. In addition, the role oversees, develops and manages the delivery of Brighton Fringe in-house events, including launches, awards and Fringe City, our outdoor showcase event that takes place every weekend of Brighton Fringe. The post holder will have proven management and arts marketing experience, and will be able to inspire and lead a small team to help take Brighton Fringe to the next stage of its development. This is a crucial and wide-ranging role within the central organisation that runs England’s largest and fastest-growing arts festival.

Benefits of Working for Brighton Fringe:
*Platinum Friends Membership (worth £200 per year)
*Free event registration each year
*Tea, coffee and birthday treats!
*Christmas party
*Invites to exclusive events throughout the year
*Free ticket opportunities
*Opportunity to travel to other Fringe events around the globe
*Central Brighton office location

Key Duties & Responsibilities
1. Marketing
2. Communications
3. Events
4. Staff Management
5. Reporting and Financial Management

Person Specification
• Excellent communication skills
• Excellent organisational and administration skills, including ICT skills, especially
Adobe Creative Suite
• Ability to work accurately under pressure and to meet deadlines
• Knowledge of council planning procedures for outdoor events
• Ability to manage staff and volunteers and set targets to achieve desired
outcomes on time and within budget
• Availability to travel and to work flexible hours when required
• Ability to work independently or as part of a team when required
• Experience of managing and working within very small teams or organisations
• Knowledge of, or interest in, the festival/arts sector, within Brighton & Hove in
• Knowledge of health and safety regulations relating to events
• Experience of working for a not-for-profit organisation
• Experience of working with volunteers

Details: Please email a copy of your completed application form by 12pm on Monday 24th June 2019 (application form can be downloaded from our website)

Application is by application form only. Please note that we will not accept CVs as application for this position
Deadline for applications: 12pm, Monday 24th June 2019
Interviews: Week commencing 1st July 2019
Start Date: July/August

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