Marketing & Communications Liaison

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Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair

An opportunity for someone experienced in marketing to work to promote Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair.

Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair is the largest international art platform celebrating contemporary print. It was established in 2016 by gallerists Jack Bullen and Lizzie Glendinning. Now approaching its ninth edition, the Fair attracts over 12,000 visitors annually to its historic location on London’s Royal Arsenal, showcasing over 1000 international artists, famous names and specialist galleries, with an accompanying interactive programme of online and in-person events.

The role

You’ll be operating as the day-to-day marketing liaison for the fair’s partnering galleries, artists, organisations and freelance contractors, working closely with Head of Sales and VIP, and maintaining a cohesive brand narrative across all PR communications.

Responsibilities

  • Creating annual shared marketing timelines, strategy & reports
  • Creating tailored information packs
  • Designing visual assets and promotional materials
  • Building monthly mail-outs
  • Communicating with partners, exhibitors and key stakeholders
  • Implement SEO and digital marketing strategy
  • Responsible for creating and managing social media content and comms, working closely with the fair’s social media and PR team
  • Providing up-to-date information and materials for contractors
  • Updating website content

Essential

  • 3+ years experience in marketing or events-based role (or equivalent)
  • Highly organised, able to prioritise and work to deadlines
  • Able to multitask and adapt
  • Strong written & verbal communication skills
  • Experience maintaining brand consistency
  • Personable and outgoing
  • Hands-on approach to working
  • Able to work as a team, independently and take initiative
  • Experience developing and maintaining partner relationships
  • Good IT skills and experience using Google suite and Microsoft Office
  • Experience in managing and maintaining data
  • Occasional travel to London if needed
  • Availability in November and early December 2024

Desirable

  • Experience using Canva or other editing suites
  • An interest in the visual arts might make the role more enjoyable

Benefits

  • 28 days holiday pro rata (including bank holidays)
  • Flexible working
  • A work laptop can be provided
  • 20% discount on original limited edition prints
  • Tickets for your family and friends to the preview night.

 

Budget £25 – £27k p.a pro rata (22.5 hrs pw)

Deadline 25 March 2024

Woolwich Works The Fireworks Factory No.1 Street, Royal Arsenal Woolwich London SE18 6HD

This job is a remote / home-based position suitable for someone based in the North East. The post holder can work remotely, but with easy access for in-person meetings with the directors. Full availability is required during November and early December. The Director’s office is based in Upper Weardale with easy access from County Durham, Northumberland, and Tyne & Wear.

To apply, please email a CV and covering letter.

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