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Marketing & Campaigns Manager

  • Temporary Job
  • Edinburgh
  • 10/07/2022
  • Temporary Job
  • Edinburgh
  • 10/07/2022

Website Craft Scotland

Lead on results-orientated marketing campaigns and help audiences connect with Scotland’s vibrant contemporary craft sector.

The national development agency for craft, Craft Scotland has an exciting opportunity for a talented and motivated Marketing & Campaigns Manager to join our dynamic team.

Our communications (including marketing and PR) and digital platforms play a vital role in the delivery of Craft Scotland’s strategy, helping the organisation to advance on our vision and mission, and positioning us as the Scotland’s leading craft charity supporting the sector.
The Communications & Digital team at Craft Scotland believe in the power of storytelling to resonate with audiences. We deliver marketing and PR campaigns to a high-standard, promoting the vibrant year-long programme that Craft Scotland delivers.
We pride ourselves on creating and commissioning engaging content that shares makers’ stories, raises awareness of the value of craft and shines a light on the diversity and breadth of activity happening in Scotland’s contemporary craft community.
This new role, Marketing & Campaigns Manager, is a fantastic opening for someone with proven industry experience who is keen to get their ideas off the ground in a supportive environment. If you want to lead on results-orientated campaigns, whilst being a key contributor to a new social media strategy then this role is for you!
You will be joining the organisation at an exciting time as we finalise our new strategic business plan 2023-28 and launch a new advocacy, communications and digital strategy. We want you to support us to build reach and awareness amongst our stakeholders and help audiences connect with Scotland’s vibrant contemporary craft sector.

Key information

Salary: £26,000 pro-rata
Term: 1–year Fixed Term
Part-time: 28 hours per week (plus one hour for lunch per day)
Location: Studio 6, Castle Mills, 2 Gilmore Park, Edinburgh EH3 9FN
Please note, that the team are currently hybrid working
Reporting to: Head of Communications & Digital

Key dates

Opening date: Thursday 9 June 2022
Extended deadline: Midnight, Sunday 10 July 2022
Interview date: Mid-July (date tbc)

Equal Opportunities & Access

Craft is culturally significant, essential to our economy and meaningful to our communities. Craft Scotland believes that everyone should have the opportunity to see, enjoy, learn about and participate in craft.

We are committed to equality and opposed to all forms of unfair discrimination. We welcome applications from those underrepresented in the cultural sector: including but not limited to candidates with lived experience of being Black, Asian, Mixed Heritage and/or a Person of Colour, Refugee, D/deaf, Neurodivergent, Disabled, and/or LGBTQIA+.

Craft Scotland is an Equal Opportunities Employer and our offices at Castle Mills are accessible. We welcome applications from candidates from all backgrounds.

Please note that Craft Scotland will reimburse reasonable travel/care costs for in-person interviews. Please contact the Craft Scotland team in advance to discuss.

Read: Craft Scotland Equalities, Diversity & Inclusion Update

Support with your application

Please do get in touch if you are interested in this vacancy but feel there are barriers limiting your ability to apply and/or participate in the interview process.

Examples include, but are not limited to:

  • Accessibility
  • Slow internet

This application pack is available in simplified word format, and we are happy to accept video applications.

If you have any questions, or if you require any assistance to complete your application or to attend an interview, then please get in touch with Veronique AA Lapeyre, Head of Communications & Digital by email: veronique@craftscotland.org.

Key Contact:

Craft Scotland hello@craftscotland.org

Downloads:

Recruitment Pack (PDF)Recruitment Pack (Simplified word document)

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