This is an exciting opportunity to manage high profile marketing campaigns that drive social behaviour change. The Home Office deals with some of the most important issues facing the UK: tackling crime, terrorism and securing our borders. Our Communications team work at the heart of the department, in a fast-paced environment to deliver campaigns of national importance.
We are looking for a talented and experienced Marketing Manager to join our team and help shape our widely acclaimed marketing portfolio, which includes FRANK drug prevention and tackling teen abuse.
Our multichannel campaigns are often youth targeted, and you will be part of a team that continually seeks to be at the cutting edge of media and creative innovation. The job role covers all aspects of marketing including planning, production, evaluation and managing budgets of up to £4m.
As well as honing your marketing skills, our team structure provides regular opportunities to work with senior officials and experience the dynamic world of Whitehall.
The successful candidate will have solid marketing experience with an emphasis on digital, social media and a keen interest in emerging trends. The role also calls for political understanding and strong judgement.
If you are ambitious and can rise to new challenges, we can offer great career development opportunities and the chance to apply your marketing skills to campaigns that impact the entire nation.
We welcome applications from those who wish to work part-time or job share.
Candidates must complete an online application form to be considered.
The deadline for receipt of completed online application forms is 12pm (noon) on Wednesday 30th January.
The Home Office is dedicated to promoting equality, fairness and respect. We will create a working environment where diversity is recognised, valued and celebrated.
POSITIVE ABOUT DISABLED PEOPLE.
INVESTOR IN PEOPLE.
For further information and to apply online please click on the "Apply Now" button and quote the job reference 343038 when needed
- 02 January 2013
- 30 January 2013