Our digital channels are key to how we engage and develop our audiences, and how we profile the Royal Court Theatre. The Digital Marketing Manager will work with the Head of Marketing and Sales to develop and progress the Royal Court’s digital marketing strategy leading on areas including website development, optimising paid and organic digital marketing channels, brand presence through digital, and developing our digital marketing reporting capabilities, utilising the power of data to understand our audiences and the impact of our work. 
 
They will work closely with the rest of the Communications team, in particular the Marketing Manager (Campaigns) and the Marketing Officer who lead on the marketing for all productions at the Royal Court; and they will also liaise regularly with our website company Substrakt. 
 

Thank you for your interest in this role. Before completing this form, please read through the accompanying Application Pack which can be found on our website. You may wish to prepare some of your responses in advance before submitting them on the form.

We will review all applicants’ responses to the 3 questions and score these against the essential knowledge, experience and skills in the person specification to achieve a shortlist of people we will then invite to interview.

You will also be asked to upload your CV as a word document or pdf file. 

Candidates who currently have a valid work permit allowing them to work in the UK for the duration of this contract are welcome to apply.  Unfortunately, we are unable to consider applications for this role which would require us to obtain a certificate of sponsorship or permit to work in the UK. 

Please let us know if you would like further information, support with access requirements or an informal chat about the role. You can also email us if you would like to submit your application in a different format or if you experience any difficulties with the form. You can contact us on recruitment@royalcourttheatre.com


CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: 10am Wednesday 3 November 2021

 
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