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Web Marketing & Development Executive

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Recruiter
Historic Royal Palaces
Posted
19 November 2013
Closes
09 December 2013
Location
Based at the Tower of London (with travel to other palaces)
Contract
Salary
£26,291

Further information

It’s an exciting time in digital at Historic Royal Palaces. We are going through a fundamental transformation in the way we approach our digital offering both on-site and online.

The digital marketing team will play an important role in this transformation.

Working in a busy department, your objective will be to support the Web Marketing and Development Manager to develop our online marketing activity as well as our website and its content and functionality.

Working closely with the offline marketing team, you’ll help to develop online strategies across a range of channels, including paid search, SEO and display, analyse and report on performance data, maintain our website daily and deliver CMS training. Your role will play an important part in inspiring our visitors and increasing our revenue.

You will have hands-on, relevant experience in bringing marketing campaigns to life on- line. Specifically; running and analysing online marketing campaigns, including paid search and display campaigns, developing website content and working with web analytics packages. You will also be highly analytical and have excellent attention to detail.

You’ll also have a real passion and interest in our history. Along with the rest of the organisation you’ll want to help everyone explore how monarchs and people have shaped society, in some of the greatest palaces ever built.

Find out more and apply by clicking on the Apply Now button.

Closing date: 9th December 2013   

Historic Royal Palaces is a registered charity (No 1068852) and an equal opportunities employer. Applications are welcome from all candidates regardless of sex, racial, ethnic or national origin, disability, age, sexuality or responsibilities for dependants. We value a diverse workforce and celebrate our differences.

www.hrp.org.uk

Historic Royal Palaces