Digital Marketing Manager

Salary £42,000+

Drinkaware is an independent UK wide alcohol education charity which exists to help reduce alcohol-related harm by helping people make better choices about their drinking. 

We are looking for an experienced and thoughtful Digital Marketing Manager to help evolve the next generation of our digital campaigns. This is an excellent opportunity to develop ownership of the digital marketing portfolio within a small but highly motivated and effective team. This role will be instrumental in helping us realise our ambitions to effectively track and measure reductions in harmful drinking.

The role has a rigorous focus on data, analytics and consumer insight. You will be working strategically with other teams to deliver measurable, impactful campaigns that move us closer to our goal of reducing alcohol harm.

Please download and read the attached job description carefully before deciding to apply. This role is offered on an initial 12-month fixed term and is a full-time role of 35 hours a week.

Drinkaware offers 28 days’ annual leave plus bank holidays, a matched 5% pension scheme, life assurance cover, a range of discounted offers and perks, an Employee Assistance Programme, remote working one day a week (although all teams are working from home at present), a season ticket loan, support for your professional development and a fantastic office in a great, central location near Moorgate and Liverpool Street stations. Please see our website careers page for more details.

To apply, please reviewed the attached job description and person specification and then submit your up-to-date CV with a personal statement of not more than 2 sides of A4 demonstrating how you meet the requirements. It is essential that you include a personal statement to fully demonstrate how you meet the person specification for this role. Submit your CV and personal statement via email to recruitment@drinkaware.co.uk by 5.00 pm on 31 May. Interviews will be held on 17 June and shortlisted candidates will be notified by 10 June. Please be aware that regrettably, due to the anticipated volume of applications, not all candidates will receive a response. If you have not been contacted by 12 June, please know that you have not been shortlisted for an interview.

Please note that you must submit both your CV and a personal statement detailing how you meet the person specification requirements. Without both of these it is unlikely you will demonstrate the necessary skills, knowledge and experience needed for the shortlisting process. You must be able to provide evidence of your eligibility to work in the UK.

Interviews will be conducted remotely via Teams or similar video call facility.

Location: UK Office (Moorgate, London) and home-based*

*Due to the ongoing pandemic, we are unlikely to be fully reopening our London office for a period of 2021. Therefore, the role will involve a mixture of office and home working. We will continue to review the situation in line with government guidelines.

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