Job: Marketing & campaigns manager

Craft Scotland has an exciting opportunity for a talented and self-starter marketing & campaigns manager to join our dynamic team. 

Our communications (including marketing and PR) and digital platforms play a vital role in the delivery of Craft Scotland’s strategy, helping the organisation to advance on our vision and mission, and positioning us as Scotland’s leading craft charity supporting the sector.

The Communications & Digital team at Craft Scotland believe in the power of storytelling to resonate with audiences. We deliver marketing and PR campaigns to a high-standard, promoting the vibrant year-long programme that Craft Scotland delivers.

We pride ourselves on creating and commissioning engaging content that shares makers’ stories, raises awareness of the value of craft and shines a light on the diversity and breadth of activity happening in Scotland’s contemporary craft community.

This new role, marketing & campaigns manager, is a fantastic opportunity for someone with proven industry experience who is keen to get their ideas off the ground in a supportive environment. If you want to lead on results-orientated campaigns, whilst being a key contributor to a new social media strategy then this role is for you!

Full information about the role, key accountabilities and capabilities is available in the Recruitment Pack. We recommend reading through the information provided before applying: https://www.craftscotland.org/careers/marketing-campaigns-manager [opens in a new window]

Closing date: Midnight, Tuesday 17 January 2023
Interview date: Late January 2023 (date TBC)
Salary: £29,000
Term: Permanent

Please note, this role has been re-advertised and the benefits package updated. We are also open to applications for flexible working, including a 4-day working week. Additionally, the Craft Scotland team are currently hybrid working.

(Top image: Image: Studio Emma, photography by Susan Castillo. [supplied])

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