International Marketing Officer

University of Birmingham - External Relations

Full time starting salary is normally in the range £26,495 to £28,936. With potential progression once in post to £32,548 a year.

The University has a strategic aim to maintain and further grow its position as a global university, across the pillars of education, research and influence. As the institution develops its overarching strategy, colleagues from across the institution are engaged in activity to improve our international performance. An essential measure of success is securing and maintaining a top 100 position in the major international league tables. This ambition comes at a time when the international HE environment is more competitive than ever and maintaining a top 100 position is of paramount importance to attract the best staff, student and research income.

Supporting the new Head of International Reputation (Marketing and Communications), this new post has an important role to play in delivering activities designed to build Birmingham’s international reputation and profile in key strategic territories across the globe. An ambitious professional with experience of delivering marketing campaigns particularly across digital channels, you will be comfortable working collaboratively but equally able to work under your own initiative. This exciting new role will give you the opportunity to deliver activity that will have a tangible impact on the University’s future global position.

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