About this job
The Head of Marketing is responsible for all of Woolwich Works' marketing and external communications. They will work to promote the public events programme; creative and work experience opportunities to schools, colleges and residents of the Royal Borough of Greenwich; to market the venues on a business-to-business basis; and on general communications, advocacy and brand awareness. They will also work closely with the Royal Borough of Greenwich to maximise opportunities and ensure that communications about the project are consistent and coordinated.
The Head of Marketing has overall responsibility for Woolwich Works’ website and social media channels. They are responsible for ensuring that the Trust provides a high-quality marketing and ticketing service to purchasers, promoters and partners: managing inventory, agency allocations, pricing and promotions such as to maximise sales and attendance and maximise revenue and participation.
The Head of Marketing will be responsible for managing all site signage and advertising, whilst making sure it remains true to the Woolwich Works brand.
Is this job for you?
We’re looking for an experienced venue / arts / entertainment marketing professional. You’ll have experience of planning and delivering campaigns that drive tangible sales results (either in terms of tickets or event sales / hires), and you’ll be experienced and comfortable working across all platforms and a range of media to generate impactful above and below the line campaigns. You’ll be able to demonstrate your skills in achieving a big impact with limited resources and you’ll have a good understanding of how to drive ticket sales and maximise yield.
You’ll be a confident and capable communicator who’s as comfortable working a social media account or writing copy as they are contributing to strategic discussions, developing campaigns, growing audiences and working a brand.
How to apply
To apply for this role please visit https://apply.woolwich.works/ You will be directed to our portal to complete the online application form no later than 23.59 on Sunday 7th January, 2024 (the ‘closing date’). We reserve the right to close this application early if we receive a high number of applications. Application is made through the submission of a CV and covering letter. The covering letter is entered as free text in the portal itself and your CV should be uploaded.
If you’re unable to complete the application for any reason please either email us or call (020) 8035 8835 so that we can discuss alternative arrangements for assessing your suitability for the job. However, you must do so at least one week before the closing date above.
We aim to give feedback to anybody who was interviewed and requests it but due to the high number of applications we receive it may take us some time to do so. We will always let you know if you have been unsuccessful and we aim to stick to the time frame outlined in the job advert.
We’re proud of the diversity of our community and aim to build a team that represents it. We therefore particularly welcome applications from people from black, Asian and ethnically-diverse backgrounds, and those identifying as D/deaf or disabled.