THE LONDON FILM SCHOOL (LFS), UK - Media Manager
THE LONDON FILM SCHOOL (LFS), UK
POST TITLE Media Manager
REPORTING TO Head of Marketing and Communications
SALARY £26,500 pro-rata
HOURS 4 days/week, permanent role, flexible working arrangements available
Join the oldest film school in the UK as the Media Manager.
With a roster of famous alumni your role is to initiate, create and execute media activities and raise awareness of The London Film School.
This is a newly developed position within LFS, and the successful candidate will play a pivotal role in driving our communications and brand-building activities, in support of our core business objectives. In particular, there is an ongoing need to develop LFS’ online presence, and your role will be responsible for implementing and managing the Media Strategy.
This varied role requires a proactive, organised individual with proven experience of delivering successful campaigns, with a particular emphasis on digital communications. The ideal candidate will have excellent time-management skills and a high standard of copywriting, editing and attention to detail. As well as being able to work independently with plenty of initiative, you will also be a genuine team player with first-rate people skills.
To succeed, you need to be passionate about a wide variety of film, and all things media; traditional and digital. You will be the core team member who can help connect LFS’s talent, creativity and passion to the wider screen industries.
HOW TO APPLY
Job Application pack are available to download: Media Manager Advert and Job Description, Application Form and Equal Opportunities Form.
Please email completed the Application Forms and CV with the job title in the subject to Véronique Fricke: email@example.com
Vacancy closes on 16 August 2016
Interviews will take place week commencing 29 August 2016
If you are unable to attend those dates, please include it in your application.
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