Marketing Executive - Adoption@Heart
Pay point 17 – 22 £33,945 to £38,223
1 x 37 hours
Exciting Opportunity for Passionate Marketing Executives!
Adoption@Heart is a Regional Adoption Agency working on behalf of Wolverhampton, Walsall and Dudley Councils and Sandwell Children’s Trust. We are currently recruiting to a Marketing Executive.
Are you are a creative and dynamic marketing professional looking to make a difference? We have a fantastic opportunity for a Marketing Executive to join our dedicated team at the Adoption@Heart Regional Adoption Agency!
Why Join Us?
Impactful Work: Help transform lives by promoting adoption and creating loving families.
Innovation: Be part of a forward-thinking team, implementing cutting-edge marketing strategies.
Supportive Environment: Work in a collaborative atmosphere where your ideas are valued and nurtured.
Professional Growth: Develop your skills and advance your career in a fulfilling and supportive environment. Meaningful Connections: Build relationships with adoptive families, birth parents, and community stakeholders.
Develop and implement innovative marketing campaigns to raise awareness about adoption opportunities.
Utilise digital platforms and social media to engage with diverse audiences and encourage adoption enquiries.
Collaborate with the team to organise events, workshops and community outreach programs.
Analyse marketing data and metrics to optimise strategies and enhance the agency's outreach efforts.
If you are enthusiastic, creative, and committed to making a real difference, we invite you to apply and join us in our mission to create forever families. Together, let's build a brighter future for children in need of loving homes. Apply now and be a part of something extraordinary!
You should have:
- Skills and experience to lead on marketing and communication and have trained in a marketing or communications environment.
- Have drive and determination to achieve targets.
- Well-developed presentation and influencing skills.
- Experience of devising, implementing and evaluating marketing campaigns.
- Experience of delivering events and providing excellent customer service
- Experience of developing creative content presentations and specialist material
- A passion for building and maintaining strong working relationships with our partners in the Black Country and beyond, to achieve timely and best possible permanency outcomes for children in need of adoptive families.
For further information on this post please contact:
Jayne Young, Business Support Manager
Interview date: 07.12.23
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