Marketing Campaigns Lead
South Kensington, London, UK
- Category: Marketing |
- Contract: Contract |
- Posted: 24 July 2019 |
Are you passionate about art, design and culture? Have you got significant experience leading high-profile, high-impact, fully integrated marketing campaigns, working with high-profile brands?
The V&A the worlds leading museum of art, design and performance is looking for an experienced, integrated campaign marketing lead to oversee its world-famous, cross-channel advertising campaigns activity for the V&As exhibitions, festivals, gallery openings and activities, for a 6-month period from September 2019 March 2020. Overseeing a team of six, this role will shape the creative direction, media planning and buying strategies, and integrated digital activations across some of the V&As most high-profile campaigns in the coming year, from Cars to Alice in Wonderland.
We are looking for a talented campaign marketer to:
Lead, manage and support a campaigns team of sic marketing managers and officers
Oversee the V&As advertising output, including V&A exhibition campaigns for Cars in Nov 2019, and Kimono, Bags, Renaissance Watercolour and Alice in Wonderland In 2020
Target campaigns and activity to core audience segments, to meet or exceed visitor numbers and drive revenue
Integrate digital marketing, content and social media activations into our campaigns
Work with the Director of Audiences and Head of Integrated Marketing & Insights on campaigns that support the V&A brand
We are looking for someone with:
At least 5 years working on multi-channel campaign management - leading, planning and delivering integrated, multi-channel campaigns for high profile brands
Experience of managing and mentoring a team of at least 3 people
Expertise in digital marketing, content, influencer outreach and partnership activation
Excellent relationship management skills, good at managing multiple stakeholders, including agencies
Confident and competent to thrive in a fast-paced and constantly changing work environment, able to manage multiple projects and prioritise effectively
Available to start in September 2019
This role is a 6-month contract offering a salary of 45-50k pro-rata and a great benefits package. Applications close 19 August.