B&NES Museums Publicity Officer

Salary: £19,742 – £21,530 pa pro rata       Closing date: Mon, 05/01/2015 – 17:00

20 hours per week, mornings only

The Pump Room, Bath

Work in marketing and publicity for the Roman Baths, Fashion Museum and Victoria Art Gallery, Bath

This is a rare opportunity for a marketing professional to become a key member of the marketing team of the biggest heritage attraction in the South West and its two sister attractions.  The successful applicant will be a key member of the marketing team, working in a team of three to support the Commercial Manager.  In addition to running the busy marketing office, you will be involved in the full range of marketing activities, from copywriting and placing advertisements to print production & distribution and market research analysis.  You will manage databases, undertake direct mail and represent Heritage Services at occasional professional events.

To succeed in this post you will have experience in a marketing or publicity environment and will have good knowledge of creative and digital marketing.  You must have a high standard of written English, an eye for design and an excellent telephone manner and organisational skills.

The post is for a six-month period pending a review of the Commercial Team.

If you are interested in this post and require more detail after reading the job description please contact Patricia Dunlop Commercial Manager for Heritage Services, on 01225 477759.

Closing Date: Monday 5 January 2015 (5pm)

Interview Date: Tuesday 20 January 2015

To apply, please use the online application facility. When completing your application, please complete a full employment history including reasons for leaving and any gaps in employment.

  • Please note we do not accept CV’s.

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