The University of Wolverhampton

Faculty Marketing Manager (Arts)

Wolverhampton Campus
External Relations
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Advert Status
31,302 - 34,188 pa (pro rata for part-time)
Closing Date
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This post is temporary until 30th June 2020, part time 29 hours per week


Higher education is more competitive than ever, following recent sector changes. Across four faculties, the University of Wolverhampton is committed to providing opportunities that make a real difference; with prospective students facing an overcrowded market, the need to build on our existing reputation and articulate a strong University brand and offer is more important than ever.


With our bold five-year investment strategy already underway, the University is in a strong position to overcome the challenges that higher education will face over the next few years. Recruiting the next generation of aspiring students is crucial to the success of this plan – which is where you come in. 


The Faculty of Arts, delivers  art, performing arts and humanities  courses at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. We are looking for a creative, talented marketer with campaign and project management experience to take the lead in implementing the Faculty’s marketing plan. 


You will need to be confident with digital marketing techniques, print and media buying and managing relationships with both external agencies and internal stakeholders. You will also need to get under the skin of prospective students to ensure the Faculty’s propositions are relevant and engaging.


As part of the External Relations department, you will be surrounded by marketers, designers, writers, web developers, and PR officers, all working together in a vibrant, busy and service-led environment.


If we provide the tools, can you provide the drive to see through plans, develop new ideas, and bring a fresh approach to marketing our Faculty of Arts portfolio?

The University of Wolverhampton values a diverse workforce and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

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