|Salary:||£57,696 to £66,857|
|Placed On:||21st November 2023|
|Closes:||10th December 2023|
The University of Central Lancashire is looking for a Head of Marketing to help us enrich our brand strategy and take our creative campaigns to the next level.
Our University has an amazing story to tell. We are an institution which transforms lives by inspiring people from all walks of life to reach their full potential and achieve things they never thought possible. We’re an engine of the regional economy, engaging with business, championing innovation and producing high-calibre graduates to drive the future prosperity of the North West. We’re a force for positive change, carrying out life-changing research and providing all our students with an exceptional educational experience. Our work enhances the lives and prospects of whole communities across the North West, the UK and globally.
This is a highly influential role. The right person for the role will:
The successful candidate will enthuse and inspire people who connect with the University.
With a primary focus on prospective students and their families, the right candidate will build meaningful and lasting relationships to grow our student community.
Amidst challenging times for the sector, you will advocate for the life-changing benefits of higher education and the transformational nature of our University experience.
Informal conversations about the role we encouraged and welcomed. Please contact Heather Ellis, via Jade Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org) to arrange a conversation.
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