Head of Digital Marketing
Marketing Communications - Digital
Location: Greenwich Campus
Salary: £51,799 to £60,022 plus £4872 London weighting per annum
Contract Type: Permanent
Closing Date: Sunday 13 February 2022
Interview Date: To be confirmed
We are looking for an experienced digital marketing professional to join our Communications and Recruitment directorate as Head of Digital Marketing. Sitting within the Marketing and Communications team, you’ll lead a team of digital experts across CRM and Web and will play a pivotal role in building and delivering an innovative digital strategy that directly supports the university strategic plan, mission, and values.
We are large, inclusive university committed to delivering our vision of Education Without Boundaries. Within our directorate, we support student recruitment and admissions by providing prospective students and applicants with all the information they need to make an informed choice as well as championing the University brand and enhancing the University of Greenwich’s reputation with our stakeholders and partners across the UK and overseas.
You will act as the subject area expert for Digital Marketing and the functional owner of all our mar-tech infrastructure as well as developing our network of digital champions across the university. You will be a proven leader, able to translate business strategy into a data driven digital marketing plan to improve our technical capabilities and deliver impactful, personalised and engaging digital communications.
In return, we offer a friendly and supportive working environment with plenty of opportunities to develop within the role and become involved in the wider university community. The role operates between our Greenwich and Avery Hill campuses and the successful postholder will also have flexibility to work up to two days a week from home.
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