Pallant House Gallery is looking for an experienced and creative Marketing Manager to help position Pallant House Gallery as a world-class, dynamic and inclusive cultural organisation, to increase footfall, diversify the Gallery’s audience and build brand loyalty. You will play an active role in developing a marketing strategy that is targeted and responsive, based on a growing knowledge of the Gallery’s audiences. The candidate should have demonstrable marketing experience, ideally in the arts, culture or tourism sectors, and show evidence of an analytical yet creative approach to planning high profile marketing campaigns.
Salary: £22-24,000 (pro rata)
Hours: 22.5 hours per week or 3 days
Responsible to: Head of Communications
Application deadline: Monday 12 June at 5pm
Interviews: Week commencing 19 June in Chichester
Purpose and key objectives
The Marketing Manager will support the Head of Communications to position Pallant House Gallery as a world-class, dynamic and inclusive cultural organisation and to increase footfall, diversify the Gallery's audience and build brand loyalty through high profile marketing campaigns that promote the exhibitions, learning and community programme and commercial activities. You will work in close partnership with other members of the Communications team to move towards an increasingly targeted and responsive approach to marketing strategy, based on a sound knowledge of the Gallery's audience structure and behaviour.
How to apply
Please complete a job application form. Send this with a covering letter via email to email@example.com or by post to Anna Zeuner, Head of Communications, Pallant House Gallery, 9 North Pallant, Chichester, West Sussex PO19 1TJ.
Please also complete the equal opportunities monitoring form and send it in a separate envelope or email marked ‘Monitoring’ to Anna Zeuner. Completing this form is entirely voluntary and plays no part in the recruitment process. It will be used solely to monitor the people applying for the post.
CVs will not be accepted and we regret that we cannot enter into any detailed discussion about the role.