Marketing Campaign Co-ordinator

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Primary Marketing
Oxford - Central
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About us

Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford, which furthers the University’s objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide.

The Education Division produces print and digital resources for Primary and Secondary schools as well as children’s fiction and home learning resources for the consumer market, both for the UK and for customers around the world. We are committed to our mission to improve the lives of young people through education, inspiring a lifelong love or learning.

About the role

An opportunity has arisen for a Marketing Campaign Coordinator to join our UK Schools Marketing team on a permanent basis, working directly on a variety of channels to market, specifically around social media and email marketing.

In this role the successful candidate will be responsible for delivering key aspects of integrated marketing campaigns for Primary school resources across English, Maths and Assessment. In these varied roles, you will maximise reach and engagement through exceptional content marketing, using a wide range of marketing channels.

You will work closely with the brand marketing team to deliver acquisition and retention campaigns, ensuring our publishing is effectively marketed to appropriate customer groups.

About you

To be successful, you will need to demonstrate strong digital marketing and communication skills and be comfortable working in a busy, matrix organisation, acting as an ambassador for our publishing internally and externally.

You should also demonstrate:

  • Digital savviness with use/experience of social media channels such as Facebook and Twitter
  • Knowledge or experience of SEO/SEM and above the line web marketing
  • Ability to create engaging reports, analysing data for a wide variety of audiences
  • Copywriting skills with close attention to detail
  • The ability to manage a busy and varied workload
  • Strong organisational skills and ability to prioritise effectively
  • Confidence with data and systems

Previous marketing experience, an internship, work placement or marketing knowledge through education would be advantageous.

£20,000 - £22,000 depending on skills & experience

Adela Pike

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