Job Title: DMC - Assistant Campaigns and Marketing Manager
Salary: £28,163 to £30,333 plus £2,623 location allowance. If you are new to the MPS you will receive £28,163 the band minimum. Progress to the band maximum of £30,333 will be via incremental progression
Create powerful campaigns that have an impact on the lives of Londoners
From encouraging people to change their behaviour to stay safe, to attracting candidates to become new police constables - our Marketing and Communications team has an incredibly varied job. As an Assistant Campaigns Manager, you'll be right at the heart of our work, touching the lives of Londoners through unique and powerful projects.
Our Directorate of Media & Communications (DMC) handles all aspects of marketing, media relations and internal communications. You'll be part of the Marketing team, where you'll work with colleagues across the department to help develop integrated campaigns spanning paid for marketing, internal communications and media.
Tackling day-to-day marketing and working closely with agencies, you'll support the Campaigns and Marketing manager in delivering all elements of the campaign from giving briefs and managing production, to attending photo and film shoots. You'll also be given the opportunity to lead on a wide range of design led marketing projects and provide branding and marketing advice to the rest of the organisation.
An experienced professional, you've delivered integrated communication before and understand how different channels work together. You've also got strong project management skills and budget management experience. With great communication skills, you'll be ready to play your part in a small, friendly marketing team.
To apply, please visit our website or by clicking on the apply button, to download a role specific information pack. Applications will be via a detailed CV, personal statement and online application form.
Completed applications must be returned by 21st October 2019.
We view diversity as fundamental to our success. To tackle today's complex policing challenges, we need a workforce made up from all of London's communities. Applications from across the community are therefore essential.