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Digital Marketing Coordinator

Job Description

Your role will be to support The Prince’s Foundation/The Prince’s Regeneration Trust in connecting with our audiences, raising our digital profile and enhancing brand perception. To engage with audiences for our BRICK education programme and assist with delivery of the programme.


The Prince’s Foundation/The Prince’s Regeneration Trust

  • Create and schedule content for social media (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram)
  • Regularly create and up-date website content, including blogs, news, events, images and video
  • Utilise Google analytics to monitor and report on effectiveness of the website
  • Design, write and create e- and print newsletters, e-shots and e-campaigns
  • Shoot and edit videos to support communications activities
  • Edit and organise image and video libraries
  • Support the fundraising, communications and projects teams with their digital activities
  • Attend events where digital support and social media activity is required
  • Manage all enquiries through social media platforms and emails
  • Monitor all online and social media activity referring to PRT and the Foundation
  • Evaluate and report on the effectiveness of all digital activities
  • Manage PRT Adwords account


  • Undertake administration duties to support the delivery of the programme ensuring workshops are organised and delivered as per the contract
  • Report on digital element of the programme to both external funders and PRT team
  • Host digital support sessions at workshops
  • Present at workshops on digital communications
  • Creating written content for the BRICK online community
  • Attend workshops and events to ensure learning is disseminated through social media
  • Manage social media campaigns and keep accounts up-to-date and engaging
  • Support stakeholders and community members in their digital development
  • Respond to enquiries through social media platforms and emails
  • Write content for e-newsletters about events and programmes
  • Undertake research on other digital platforms and networks
  • Help monitor development of online community using online feedback and analytics



We are a small team dealing with a wide range of issues at any one time so we value a flexible approach to work, ability to multi-task, and a willingness to work cooperatively with people from a wide range of backgrounds. Whilst we are not expecting specific knowledge, applicants should be interested in issues relating to the built environment, heritage, education and community work.


Required skills and experience

  • Strong IT skills with at least two years digital marketing and design experience
  • Significant experience in content creation, including information gathering, writing, editing, proof reading and image creation
  • Good HTML skills and understanding
  • Experience of using Photoshop, Adobe and Dreamweaver
  • Experience of using multimedia content on social media
  • Excellent knowledge of Google Analytics and standard SEO monitoring
  • Experience of organising events and using social media to support events
  • Excellent inter-personal skills
  • Strong written and spoken communication skills
  • Ability to distil complex points into concise compelling copy
  • Strong organisational skills including the ability to multi-task and manage complex priorities
  • Educated to degree level or equivalent



Salary: £23,000-£26,000 (depending on experience

Hours of Work: 37.5 hours, flexible around core office hours Mon-Fri.

Location: 19-22 Charlotte Road, London EC2A 3SG

Paid Leave: 25 days pro rata (up to 3 of which must be taken over the Christmas and New Year holiday period) in addition to public holidays and any discretionary days as may be offered by the Trust to all staff.

Pension: The Trust will contribute a 5% pension which must be matched by the individual (for qualifying employees upon successfully completing their 6 month probationary period)


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