Events and Marketing Officer

We are looking to recruit a creative, hard-working and motivated person to join our high performing Communications team in the role of Events and Marketing Officer (fixed-term).

Vacancy

Job reference: EMO08/17

Closing date: 02/05/2017 17:00

Salary: £24,000-£26,000

Contract type: Fixed-Term

Hours: Full-time

For more information on this vacancy contact:

020 7631 8450

The role

Your main responsibility will be to play a key role in helping us to inform and generate debate by delivering a high-profile events programme for health and social care leaders and policy-makers. The other core part of the role will be to support our marketing communications. This is a significant opportunity for someone looking to forge a career in communications in a public policy environment. This is a fixed-term appointment for a period of nine months with the possibility of a short extension.

The Events and Marketing Officer will report to the Events and Marketing Manager and you will work alongside them to deliver the Nuffield Trust’s wide-ranging events programme, which includes our flagship Annual Summit, one-day conferences and a series of seminars and debates for policy and NHS stakeholders. You will be involved in all elements of the event planning process – from conception to promotion and dissemination via our digital and social media channels, through to completion. You will develop your marketing skills to create audience plans and deliver email campaigns to target audiences.

The Events and Marketing Officer will be part of a dynamic Communications team, made up of professionals in media relations and public affairs, marketing and events, digital communications and publishing. The successful candidate will benefit from on the job learning and support and external training opportunities.

To apply, please send your application form and CV to our HR department via email, to recruitment@nuffieldtrust.org.uk.  Please remember to quote the correct reference.

Offers of employment will be conditional on candidates providing proof of their right to work in the United Kingdom and the receipt of two satisfactory references.

Interviews will be held in London on Wednesday, 10 May 2017

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