An award-winning independent children's educational publishing company based on the London / Essex border have a great new role for a Campaign Manager to join their friendly and supportive team, and contribute to their rewarding mission! In return, the publisher offer a competitive salary and hybrid working, requiring 2 days per week int he company's beautiful office.
This is a pivotal and varied role of Campaign Manager where you will take responsibility for implementing and delivering multi-channel marketing campaigns across their key markets, leveraging the full marketing mix. This will involve creating, executing and monitoring the performance of marketing activity, managing multiple projects simultaneously and delivering campaigns to deadline and budget.
The ideal Campaign Manager will have previous experience of creating and executing mixed-marketing campaigns, including writing compelling and engaging copy. Strong marketing campaign advertising or promotions experience would be beneficial, along with experience in book publishing, or a related sector (education, children's literacy, EdTech, or otherwise). Importantly, you will have an interest in children's learning / education. This role offers hybrid working (minimum 2 days per week in the office) from the company's fantastic offices on the London / Essex border (accessible from the tube). To find out more about the chance to join this rewarding publisher, get in touch ASAP.
For a full description of the role, please send your CV with a brief paragraph outlining your relevant skills.
Closing Date: Early applications may be prioritised.
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