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Digital Marketing Executive

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Recruiter
Royal Horticultural Society
Posted
10 February 2014
Closes
23 February 2014
Location
London
Contract
Salary
Circa £25,500 per annum

Further information

The Royal Horticultural Society is one of the most cherished and well respected organisations in the UK, both by its members and those who have a love of gardens – and gardening.

This is a very exciting time to join the Society as we’re on a mission to reach out to more people… to help, inspire and share the best in gardening.

We’re working with local groups who are transforming their local communities. We’re working with schools to help them encourage children (and their parents and teachers) to get growing. We’re working with people who aren’t sure where to start but want to get growing; whether that’s a small vegetable patch in their garden, herbs in a window box or with friends on an allotment.

This role is an integral part in the Society’s Marketing Team as you will work across the full remit of the RHS to develop engaging campaigns across all digital channels. Whether that’s harnessing the power of social media to build excitement around the RHS Chelsea Flower Show or developing paid search campaigns for Christmas shopping events at one of our world renowned gardens such as Wisley in Surrey. You will also be charged with the development and delivering of our e-communications plan as well as growing its distribution.

You will be required to work with a wide variety of both internal and external stakeholders, on projects and campaigns that truly capture the imagination.

If you love gardens, or gardening, that’ll help, but it’s your demonstrable creative flair and eye for detail, combined with a solid grasp of performance metrics and analytics that we’re looking for.

For more information on this post and to apply, please visit our website www.rhs.org.uk

To apply for this role, please click the apply now button

All applications should be received by 4pm Sunday 23rd February 2014.

Royal Horticultural Society