ONE INCH BADGE - MARKETING OFFICER
One Inch Badge is a concert promotions, record label and venue management company based in Brighton, UK.
One Inch Badge promote over 500 events a year in-house and on behalf of clients. We have been delivering events throughout the UK for over 10 years for diverse artists such as Brian Wilson, Suede, The War on Drugs, Bonobo, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, Haim, Bastille, Royal Blood, Danny Brown, Future Islands, Kurt Vile, Wu-tang Clan, Moderat, 2manydjs, Rodriguez, Nils Frahm, and many more.
We are looking for an experienced, dedicated and proven marketing officer to join our expanding team in Central Brighton. Key marketing skillsets that we expect applicants to have experience in include, digital marketing, email marketing, engaging content creation, physical marketing, strategy, planning and management. In this role you will be responsible for overseeing marketing campaigns across a broad range of budgets and genres, working with our driven team to make sure all projects are delivered professionally from start to finish to achieve the highest sales potential achievable. Alongside these responsibilities you will be required to design and produce sophisticated marketing campaigns to strict budgets and report to company directors weekly on planning, strategy and spends.
Good communication skills are a must, you will be expected to liaise daily with venue in-house marketing teams, labels, managers, agents and artists as you strategize and deliver campaign reports. You will have very good attention to detail and strong organizational skills, as well as confidence and a positive working attitude with a desire to learn across all aspect of the business.
This position would suit someone with two to five years previous experience working within marketing in the arts with primary focus on contemporary music.
Some national travel involved - Annual Salary for this position is £(Dependent on Experience)
Application via email with CV and cover letter to email@example.com // Closing date: Friday 22nd September 2017