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Marketing Sales & Events Coordinator (Maternity Cover till April 2023)

Listed by Birmingham City Students' Union

Applying

Application deadline: Wed 18 May 2022 12:00
12 midday deadline

Salary

£25,243.00 - £25,243.00 The salary is paid pro-rata, so it will be equivalent to £21,636 per annum

Hours

30.00

Interview

Thu 26 May 2022 Interviews could be held in-person, or online. This will be confirmed in the recruitment process, where we aim for you to chose if available.

Details

We are looking for a maternity cover for our Marketing Sales & Events Coordinator in our Marketing & Communications department, based in the City Centre Campus.

The role generates advertising revenue and organises engagement events that specifically appeal to our students, like our Welcome Fair during Welcome Week.  You will also provide administrative support to the Marketing & Communications Manager.  

Our preferred candidate will have proven sales or business development skills and experience in organising engaging events.  You will need to be able to work well under pressure and have excellent organisational, time management, communication skills, as well as being an outstanding team player!  This is a maternity cover contract, expected to be until April 2023, but is subject to change depending on the needs of the current postholder.

Principle purpose of job:

  • Responsible for generating new income streams for BCUSU
  • Building relationships with staff and students at all campuses and initiating campus specific activities
  • Provide administrative support to the Marketing & Communications Manager 

Job description and further information:

To apply:

Send your CV application along with a covering letter to studentunionjobs@bcu.ac.uk.  Make it clear when applying, which position you are applying for.  Your covering letter should demonstrate how you meet the shortlisting criteria listed on the job description.   Candidates who are able to demonstrate that they meet the shortlisting criteria most closely will be most successful.