We are looking for an exceptional and highly resourceful Schools Marketing Manager to help drive one of the most ambitious UK schools engagement campaigns. This ground-breaking schools programme is being developed as part of and alongside a large scale and ambitious new artwork by our creative team and will focus on wellbeing and global citizenship as part of Festival UK* 2022, a collection of large-scale public engagement projects.
Our team is developing an immersive experience exploring the wonder of the human mind through architecture, neuroscience, technology, light and sound. It brings together spatial designers, scientists, artists and technologists, and includes Turner Prize winning collective Assemble, scientists and philosophers from the Universities of Sussex and Glasgow, Grammy nominated composer Jon Hopkins along with a sound designer, technologist and director.
The Schools Marketing Manager will be pivotal in one of the most ambitious all-schools projects the UK has seen. Working closely with A New Direction (AND), the Producer (Engagement) and the AND Schools Programme Manager, this central role will drive schools’ recruitment, registration and seamless orchestration of production logistics for campaign films and media content. They will put the learning programme in the public eye, producing assets to dial up engagement and deliver peak points for mass participatory opportunity.
The successful candidate will be responsible for delivering an ambitious schools recruitment strategy through the project website, social media and broadcast content as well as targeted communications into schools.
Collective Act is committed to creating a positive and inclusive environment where everyone feels respected and free to work without fear of discrimination. We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity in our practice. We encourage applications from all backgrounds and do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status or disability status.
We welcome applications from people requiring flexible working arrangements, including partial remote work, and from anyone with any professional or educational background.
If you have any questions about our working environment please get in touch.
Contract: The contract is fixed term until 26th August 2022.
Application deadline: 9am on Monday 25th October 2021.
Interview date: Thursday 28th October 2021.
How to apply: Please download the job pack from Assemble Studio's website and read the information in the job description and person specification. Submit a covering letter stating your interest in the contract, along with a detailed CV, two references and a completed Equality and Diversity Monitoring Form.
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