£23,050 - 25,625 per annum + excellent benefits
The National Housing Federation represents 950 independent, not-for-profit housing associations in England and is the voice of affordable housing.
This role offers a fantastic opportunity to drive marketing campaigns for a range of products including conferences, publications and business development services. It is a rare opportunity to work for a respected organisation where both commerciality and social impact are valued.
You will be involved in all stages of marketing campaigns from design to fulfilment and post campaign reporting. Day to day your activities will include creating promotional emails, negotiating contra deals with external organisations, designing promotional literature and banner ads, distributing promotional materials to regional contacts and representing the organisation on the exhibition stand at Federation events.
This is a busy and lively role, working in a friendly but hardworking team driven by continuous improvement. If you are ambitious, enthusiastic and full of new ideas, this is a role where you will be able to make your mark in a highly regarded organisation.
Key responsibilities will include:
- Managing design and print work and communicating with all partners to ensure smooth delivery of promotional material
- Copywriting and proof-reading
- Creating and amending promotional literature
- Web editing, basic design of web banners and other promotional material
- Creating and managing social media content
- Tracking promotional spend, event budgets and raising POs
- Monitoring and reporting on email performance and other marketing channels
- Negotiating and managing contra deals and paid advertising for events
- Building effective working relationships with key internal colleagues and external stakeholders, including allocated business development partners
Closing date: Monday 16 April, 9am
Interviews: Monday 23 April
Here at the Federation we want our staff to reflect society in all its diversity. We positively encourage applications from suitable qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity.