Campaign Manager

£28450 - £29000 per annum
26 Nov 2018
19 Dec 2018
Kyle Weeks
Job Discipline
Campaign Management
Experience Level
Public Sector
Contract Type
Full Time
Campaign Manager role based in Newport for a leading organisation in the Public Sector.

Client Details

Our Client are a leading data & information provider working alongside the Government.


The key responsibilities for the Campaign Manager include:

* Plan, implement and evaluate specific campaign activities to achieve the business objectives.

* Using insight to develop and improve communications messaging and impact.

* Propose and deliver test activity to improve engagement and impact with target audiences.

* Work collaboratively with internal colleagues and external partners to develop and implement campaign activity across all channels.

* Work with our creative agency partners to deliver activity, ensuring agreed budget and timing KPIs are met.

* Monitor activity performance, recommend and take actions to optimize campaigns.

* Deliver regular campaign performance updates and undertake post-campaign analysis to report KPIs and distribute learning for future campaigns.

* Manage resources efficiently: Manage agreed campaigns budgets and project delivery, to ensure goals are achieved and value for money is delivered at every stage.

* Manage campaign brand(s) as one of a team of brand guardians.

* Provide subject matter leadership to colleagues across communications and the wider organisation.


The successful Campaign Manager will have experience in:

* Developing, planning and delivering integrated campaigns across the full marketing mix, to achieve defined objectives.

* Experience of using audience insight to define campaign tactics and messages.

* Experience of developing and implementing campaign forecasts, tracking and evaluation.

* Experience of broadcast and direct channel campaign experience and/ or digital and social channels would be highly advantageous.

* Demonstrable experience of working with teams across organisations to ensure communications outcomes are achieved, and integrated.

* Ability to operate independently in a fast-paced and changing environment, with proven ability to plan and achieve objectives.

* The ability to work effectively across organisational boundaries and achieve success by influencing others.

* Robust, resilient, highly motivated and not easily discouraged.

Job Offer

Basic Salary of £28,450 +