Head of Marketing and Communications
Circa £30,000 FTE
3 days/24 hours per week
The Oxford School of Drama is seeking a creative and dynamic individual to join its small, high achieving team.
The youngest of the leading UK Conservatoire Drama Schools, the Oxford School of Drama has, over a relatively short period of time, developed into one of the most highly rated. It has a unique and beautiful setting in the Oxfordshire countryside and provides the perfect place for students to immerse themselves in developing their craft.
The Oxford School of Drama prides itself on its independence and its vocational approach to accredited training for talented students. There are no academic requirements for entry - only the potential to succeed as a professional actor. The School offers 3 courses, Three Year and One Year Diplomas in Professional Acting and a six month Foundation Course. The School runs outreach programmes to widen participation and ensure there is a diverse intake and that the students are representative of our wider national communities. Over 1,000 aspiring students apply for 80 places across the 3 courses each year. The School’s award-winning alumni secure leading roles in film, television and theatre.
The School is in an exciting period of development with new leadership following the recent appointment of a new Principal, Edward Hicks.
The Head of Marketing and Communications will be responsible for devising, planning and delivering marketing, media and communication strategies that promote the School and all its activities. The core purpose of the role is to attract a wide range of applicants to the School’s courses and ensure the maximum exposure to the industry for graduating students.
Working closely with the Executive Director and Principal, the Head of Marketing and Communications will play a key role in ensuring the overall success and reputation of the Oxford School of Drama.
The ideal candidate will have experience of traditional and digital marketing and communications channels. You will possess exceptional interpersonal skills and will be comfortable working on your own initiative. Ideally you will have experience of working in performing arts training or within the performing arts industry.
How to apply
Applications should be made by submitting a covering letter and a CV. Applicants also need to complete an Equal Opportunities Form. An Equal Opportunities Form can be found on the Oxford School of Drama website or requested from Naomi Strong, Operations Administrator by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications should be submitted to email@example.com
Deadline for completed applications – 12pm on Friday 6 December 2019.
Interviews will take place at the Oxford School of Drama on Monday 16 December 2019.
Start date from the beginning of January 2020.
If you would like to discuss the role further please telephone to speak to Liz Wilson, Executive Director, on 01993 812883 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Liz Wilson email@example.com