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Marketing & Social Media Manager

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The Crown Estate
Posted
03 May 2013
Closes
17 May 2013
Sector
Contract
Salary
£35,000 - £40,000

Further information

This role offers you the chance to develop and lead the delivery of a marketing and digital communications strategy for The Crown Estate, one of the nation’s most diverse and exciting property owners and Estate Gazette’s ‘National Property Company of the Year’.

We will look to you to use a variety of channels to promote us a modern, efficient and successful business in line with our core values of commercialism, integrity and stewardship.

Delivering this strategy successfully will involve working closely with key internal and external partners. You'll oversee our website and corporate publications (including our Annual Report and Accounts), expand our digital and social media marketing strategy for the business, support a programme of stakeholder engagement events and become the guardian of our brand and reputational messages. Throughout you'll ensure all outputs meet the needs of the business and can be successfully tracked and monitored.
You will have the public relations and marketing experience necessary to really make this role your own. We'll be interested in hearing how you've successfully used social channels as a business engagement tool. A polished writer capable of producing compelling and concise copy whatever the medium, you will have a collaborative working approach and be proud of your attention to detail. A marketing qualification would be an advantage.
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Closing date for applications is 17 May 2013.

The Crown Estate is committed to diversity and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

The Crown Estate

We are governed by an Act of Parliament. The property we manage is owned by the Crown, but is not the private property of HM the Queen. We work supportively with government; in Westminster, in Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and at a local level.