Creative self-starter required to fulfil the role of a contract Marketing Manager for the 2018 Festival

Creative self-starter required to fulfil the role of a contract Marketing Manager for the 2018 Festival

Friday 23rd March

Purpose

The Marketing Manager’s primary purpose is to execute a marketing strategy to engage audiences and meet box office targets through successful delivery of all areas of the festival’s marketing plan. The Marketing Manager is an anchor role within the Bram Stoker Festival team, working with the festival directors and programmers as well as creating and managing relationships with potential partners, co-promoters, event producers and key stakeholders. The nature of the role demands flexibility, adaptability and time management skills and the manager will work to rigid revenue targets.

Bram Stoker Festival

Dublin’s Dark Side comes alive during four days of living stories and four nights of deadly adventures at Bram Stoker Festival 2018. Inspired by the heritage of Dublin-born Gothic author Bram Stoker and his notorious novel Dracula, The Bram Stoker Festival playfully celebrates the gothic, the mysterious, the after-dark and the thrill of late October as Ireland approaches Halloween and Samhain. The packed programme of events mixes family-friendly adventures with late-night antics for mates, dates and everything in between. Bram Stoker Festival is brought to life by Dublin City Council and Fáilte Ireland and presented by Schweppe Curtis Nunn Ltd.

Download the full job specification:

2018 Bram Stoker Festival Marketing Manager Job Description

Hours of Work

Flexible & Negotiable to a cap of 40 days between April and October.

Reporting To:  Festival Co-Directors

Contract Duration: Part-time from April 2018 – September 2018. Full time October 2018.

Remuneration: €6,000 ex. VAT.

Apply: Please send a CV and short cover letter outlining relevant experience and detailing why you’re the best fit for the job to tom@bramstokerfestival.com by April 10th

Interviews (by skype or phone) will be conducted shortly thereafter.

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