- South End, Temple Gate, Bristol BS1 6PL, UK
21 Jan, 2019
Full Time
The Architecture Centre is seeking a creative and experienced Marketing & Communications Manager to join our exceptional team. We inspire people to shape better places through world class events, festivals, education and live projects. Help us champion our inspirational programmes and develop our relationships with the built environment sector. Be part of the exciting new vision for the centre, right in the heart of one of the UK's most cultural cities. Deadline for applications: 9am on Mon 28 January 2019 Marketing & Communications Manager - ROLE SUMMARY Job Title: Marketing & Communications Manager Employment Basis: 37.5 hours per week Salary: £26,000 Employer: The Architecture Centre Location of Post: The Architecture Centre, 16 Narrow Quay, Bristol, BS1 4QA Reporting to: Director Probationary Period: 3 months Period: 2 Years (fixed term, with an ambition to extend, subject to funding) Holiday: 25 days, excluding bank holidays All offers of employment are subject to the receipt of satisfactory references. MAIN PURPOSE We are seeking an exceptional individual to lead our marketing strategy to develop an inspirational brand and drive the growth of our audiences and corporate relationships. The Architecture Centre is undergoing an exciting period of transformation and you will play a large part in the next stage of our evolution. MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES Brand & Communications Work with the Director to develop and implement The Architecture Centre brand and brand strategy Oversee the branding of the organisation across all of our activities, outputs and team. Develop and implement The Architecture Centre Press and PR strategy, gaining strong coverage for our programme of events, services and sector voice. Income Generation Use a range of creative communications tools to drive income generation across our organisation. This includes: Developing ticket sales for our well-attended events programme Driving bookings for our successful Design Review services Implementation of a new ticketing and donations strategy for Bristol Open Doors Management and growth of our corporate membership scheme Marketing and developing opportunities for space hire and working with the Programme Manager to develop sector-facing programme Audience Development & Reporting Strategic growth of our audiences, including setting targets and using analytics to monitor success and implement change. Development of a smart customer database Regular reporting to the board and to funders against marketing benchmarks and audience targets Digital Strategy Work across the organisation to integrate inspiring digital content to meet our charitable aims and drive audiences and revenue. This includes: Increasing our use and commissioning of engaging digital and film content Management of our websites and digital channels including social media. Use of targeted digital advertising to successfully build influence and drive sales Development and execution of successful campaigns to raise funds and awareness Management Plan and manage the Marketing Budget in collaboration with the Director Recruitment and line management of interns, volunteers and assistants as required Manage strong working relationships with digital developers and designers Ensure the organisation is GDPR compliant Other Be an informed, collaborative and enthusiastic member of the organisation Attend relevant programme and networking events nationally and across the city Take an active interest in new technologies and creative content Undertake any other duties as deemed reasonable, as requested by the Director to support the success of the organisation Occasional evening and weekend work required (TOIL system) PERSON SPECIFICATION Essential At least 3 years experience in a marketing role Experience of heading up strong campaigns Experience of image creation and print design Experience of brand and website development Commissioning of successful digital and video content Strong understanding of data, and the ability to use analytics to implement change Experienced in the use of digital tools including mailchimp, wordpress, google analytics Understand of GDPR and data protection legislation An eye for design and a strong story Degree or equivalent qualification Good understanding of the media and a network of contacts Evidence of successfully developing audiences to deliver financial growth Excellent written and verbal communication skills Experience of managing a range of stakeholders and strong advocacy skills Excellent team player Strong time management skills & an ability to work to deadline under pressure Commitment to continuing own personal development & keeping up-to-date with legislation & best practice Enthusiasm for architecture & culture Commitment to equal opportunities Desirable Experience of designing successful digital fundraising campaigns Experience of working in architecture, heritage or culture APPLY Please see our website for full job description. Please provide us with a current CV and a letter of application outlining your interest in and suitability for the role. Please refer specifically to the Responsibilities and Person Specification, ensuring your letter is no longer than three pages. Address your letter to the Director. EMAIL: Applications to be sent by email via the button below. DEADLINE: All applications must be received by 9am on Mon 28 January START DATE: Feb/March 2019 , exact start date to be negotiated with the successful candidate. INTERVIEWS: Anticipated Interview Date: Fri 1 February The Architecture Centre is an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age.
- Worcester, UK
20 Jan, 2019
Full Time
Telescopic Fork Lift Driver - Worcester O'Neill and Brennan have a vacancy for a Telescopic Fork Lift Driver to work on a busy construction site in Worcester Applicants must hold a valid CPCS card and have previous experience. You will be required to: - Perform duties of a General Labourer. - Driving Telescopic Fork Lift within the confines of the Site Traffic Management Plan. - Load and unload materials, goods etc from lorries or platforms and transport them both internally and externally to the required location. - Responsible for minor maintenance and checks to the plant. Checking oil, tyre pressures and fuel. - Responsible for securing the plant at the end of a shift. To apply for this role or register with us for future roles, please call our Labour Desk on