National Museum of the Royal Navy
The National Museum of the Royal Navy (www.nmrn.org.uk) is a rapidly developing organisation with five main museum sites, and five major naval vessels to care for including HMS Victory as well as six affiliate trusts who work closely with us. Together we welcome almost 700,000 visitors a year. Our investment plans are ambitious.
We now have the following exciting opportunities within our Visitor Experience Directorate (based in Portsmouth Historic Dockyard):
Marketing and Communications Manager (£22k-£24k)– responsible for developing and implementing marketing and communication plans and tactical targeted campaigns. Applicants must have previous experience of project managing campaigns for audience specific projects and have a solid B2C Marcomms background within the leisure/tourism/heritage sector. Download profile
Copywriter (£22k-£24k) – responsible for ensuring that all content is compelling and engaging, and supports our communication initiatives across multiple channels. Applicants must be able to demonstrate exemplary writing and communication skills, have previous copywriting experience as well as previous experience of working with and managing the output of outside agencies. Download profile
Digital Manager (£22k-£24k) – responsible for developing and implementing a digital marketing plan and working across NMRN to deliver and drive budgeted revenue and build brand awareness. Applicants must have strong experience in developing and building digital marketing programmes as well as first class knowledge of direct response/branding banner advertising. Download profile
PR Manager (£30k-£32k) – responsible for planning and reactively coordinating a response to adverse publicity and managing damage limitation, as well as strategically raising the reputation of the museums and attractions within the Group. Applicants must have a solid B2C PR background within the leisure/tourism/heritage sector.Download profile
Role profiles for all of the above vacancies are available to view at www.NMRN.org.uk
Applications should be emailed (to include covering letter and CV) to HR@NMRN.org.uk by 4pm on Friday 29 May 2015. (If you have not been contacted by 12 June 2015, please assume that unfortunately on this occasion your application has been unsuccessful.) Interviews will be held as soon as possible after the closing date – if there are any dates you are unavailable, please advise in your application.