Head of Marketing and Campaigns

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Portsmouth, Hampshire (GB)
13 Oct 2016
End of advertisement period
30 Oct 2016
Contract Type
Full Time

Support and Professional Services
Marketing and Communications Department
Head of Marketing and Campaigns

Employment type:  Permanent
Employment basis:  Full time
Salary:  £57,047 - £67,162 per annum
Post number:  ZZ003553
Date published:  13 October 2016
Closing date:  30 October 2016
Interview date:  11 November 2016
An Outstanding Leadership Role in Marketing

The University of Portsmouth is seeking to recruit an outstanding individual to join our Marketing and Communications Senior Leadership Team as Head of Marketing and Campaigns.
This position will provide strategic leadership and direction for all the University’s planning, development, evaluation, and reporting of University marketing and campaigns activities. The Head will provide the strategic and analytical focus required to maximize the marketing and campaign activity across the full marketing mix including events, print, digital and direct mail.
Working across the University, the Head of Marketing and Campaigns ensures that insight and measurement is at the heart of all marketing initiatives and campaign planning and ensuring activities are fully integrated and aligned with University strategy.
With overview and management responsibility of the Alumni team, the Head will ensure the Alumni activity is integrated into communications and campaigns in a meaningful and engaging way, benefiting both Alumni and the University.
This is an excellent opportunity for a proven senior marketing professional to join the University at a time of exciting change both across the University itself and within the ever increasingly competitive Higher Education sector.

To find out more about the University of Portsmouth and this role, visit and apply on-line. 

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All applications for this position will be processed and conducted in compliance with UK legislation relevant at that time.