Marketing and Network Coordinator – closing 7 Feb

The Hunt Museum think they can change lives with culture, creativity and learning and they need someone who can tell people about their work and encourage them to participate. Do you have a passion for arts and culture? Do you get a kick out of a well-executed plan? Have you a strong visual sense? Do you like persuading people to join in? Have you a strong capability in digital marketing?

The job has three key areas of responsibility:

  1. marketing planning and research – setting up campaigns and analysing results;
  2. marcomms – the execution of campaigns on and offline;
  3. network coordination of our museum ambassadors who amplify our messages and fund raise.

The Hunt Museum is a not-for-profit organisation with the aspiration of being a centre of learning and civic life. Our mission statement describes how we will achieve this by preserving and use of our world class collections; catalysing new collaborations and innovation and increasing public engagement in the collections, the museum, its exhibitions and events;

You will be looking for your next challenge, on the way to a management position in marketing. You will have a good knowledge of technology with regards to design tools and website, you will like design and its ability to communicate a message. You will enjoy finding new ways to deliver digital marketing and you will have the ability to work under pressure and to deadlines. You will like variety in your work, be a good listener and communicator and you will be highly motivated and able to work on your own initiative, ensuring that all duties are completed thoroughly, accurately and in a timely manner. The ability to work outside office hours on occasion together with a broad knowledge of the museum world would be a plus.

Candidate Instructions and Application Process

Note: The full job description is a guide to broad areas of responsibility and accountability and should not be regarded as a comprehensive listing. It may be reviewed in the light of new structures and / or the changing needs of the Museum.

Pay grade & salary: The salary will be awarded according to experience within a scale ranging from €25,000 p.a. to €30,000 p.a. Holiday is 21 days pro-rated, and excludes public holidays and holiday between Christmas and New Year.

To apply

Please submit a Curriculum Vitae and cover letter by email to info@huntmuseum.com with Job Ref: 2020/Marketing

The Hunt Museum is an equal opportunities employer.

Closing date 7 February 2020 Interviews will be on the 13th & 14th February.

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