Senior Marketing Executive
Senior marketing Executive
c£34,000 + benefits
We currently have an exciting opportunity for a Senior Marketing Executive to join our award winning team and make a real difference in the fight against heart disease. You'll work on cutting edge campaigns that really do save lives as well as supporting the whole charity on wider marketing initiatives.
The British Heart Foundation (BHF) is the nation’s heart charity. We help save lives with information, patient care and pioneering research in to Coronary Heart Disease, the nation’s biggest killer.
The ideal candidate will have demonstrable marketing communications experience in the development and delivery of multi-channel campaigns that include the production of TV, digital, press and outdoor media solutions. You should be CIM qualified, or currently studying towards a similar marketing qualification with a strong understanding of the principles and practices of marketing communications.
We’re looking for a passionate communicator who is eager to take the next step in their career development. The successful applicant will need strong influencing and presentation skills to deliver effective presentations to groups and other key decision makers. You should also be a team player who shares knowledge openly and strives to help others. To succeed in this role, it is essential that you can manage a busy workload and possess a positive ‘can-do’ attitude with strong organisational skills.
For the self-motivated and ambitious individual who succeeds in this role, there are fantastic learning and development opportunities.
To apply for this role please use the apply button below. Our process involves submitting your CV and a covering letter, which should outline your interest and explain how you meet the role’s criteria. Please note we will only accept applications via this method.
About British Heart Foundation
The British Heart Foundation is the nation’s heart charity, dedicated to the fight against Coronary Heart Disease, the nation’s biggest killer.