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BFI Musicals Marketing Campaign Coordinator

We’d like to make a song and dance about this brilliant opportunity for a film loving individual to support the marketing and campaigns for the BFI musical season…

The Independent Cinema Office is the UK’s national body that supports independent cinemas of all forms. Film Hub Midlands is a partnership between Broadway Cinema, Nottingham and Flatpack, Birmingham and is a driving force behind film culture in the Midlands.

Film Hub Midlands and the Independent Cinema Office are looking for a Marketing Campaign Coordinator to support delivery of the national marketing campaign for BFI Musicals season across the Film Audience Network (FAN).

The role of the Campaign Coordinator is to support delivery of the season’s marketing, brand presence and required visibility across a range of activity including projects funded via Film Hub Midlands and films toured by the ICO across the UK.

This is a part-time (3-4 days a week) role during the period September 2019 – January 2020 to a maximum of 65 days. Salary is £150 a day, to a maximum fee of £9,750. Access to London and Nottingham for meetings is required, but the hours can be worked remotely otherwise.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Assist with dissemination of marketing assets to venues, festivals and other participants in the season
  • Offer advice and support to members participating in Musicals relating to outreach, creation or manipulation of digital assets, social media
  • Creation of marketing assets where required using supplied components and brand guidelines
  • Campaign impact tracking and reporting
  • Assist in planning and executing marketing activity, as directed by Major Programmes Project Manager and ICO Marketing & Communications Manager
  • Project tracking and compliance – following up awarded projects, ensuring adherence to marketing guidelines, maximising visibility of the programme
  • Updating and maintaining UK-wide listings for the season’s online listings
  • Outreach work within regions where screenings are taking place, to encourage more audiences to attend, for example making contact with local interest groups
  • Collating and inputting evaluation data

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, EXPERIENCE

  • A minimum of two years experience working in an arts or audience facing campaign or marketing role
  • Ability to work autonomously, against a delivery plan, on a range of tasks to ‘live’ deadlines
  • Digital asset manipulation and creation – familiarity with InDesign, photoshop, Video editing desirable
  • Enthusiasm for and experience of social media management
  • Familiarity with Arts marketing and audience development
  • Client service approach – supportive and friendly, able to deal with a range of people and experiences
  • Experience of coordinating and delivering successful communications plans and campaigns that increase awareness and engagement across both online and offline channels
  • Have excellent written communication skills, being able to adopt copywriting style to suit the intended platform and audience
  • The post-holder must have a genuine enthusiasm for what we’re trying to achieve, and a commitment to the BFI’s objective of extending the breadth, depth and reach of film choice for audiences
  • Experience with working on projects with multiple partners and stakeholders
  • Knowledge of mail-out management systems
  • A working knowledge of the film distribution and exhibition sector, and an understanding of the wider operating context
  • In particular, knowledge of BFI Blockbuster or BFI FAN National campaigns (such as New Releases) would be advantageous
  • An interest and preferably experience in film culture, the arts and the wider film and creative industries

TO APPLY

  • Follow this link to apply
  • In your application, state that you heard about this vacancy through the Creative Access website