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Railway Children is currently recruiting.

Marketing Manger

Location: Sandbach, UK                                                                                Salary: Up to £30,000 (depending on experience)

Railway Children is a leading charity working specifically with children and young people who live on the streets in India, the UK and East Africa. Our work continues to expand and to meet the ever increasing needs of the organisation; we are expanding our marketing department. We are seeking an exceptional marketer with a broad range of skills, experienced in managing multiple projects simultaneously. Working in service of all our internal departments you must be confident in dealing with people up to director level.

This is an exciting opportunity to join a thriving organisation and play an instrumental role in the next phase of our growth. You will be joining a fast paced environment, servicing the needs of a dynamic and diverse fundraising team as well as supporting our programme teams to communicate with strategic audiences at community and government level as they seek to improve the lives of children living on the streets around the world.

With a minimum of five years experience in a similar or equivalent marketing role, you will have a comprehensive understanding of the full marketing mix, with hands-on experience. The role will be varied and your skills should be versatile.

The Role

  • Work with our internal teams to take a brief and deliver appropriate communication plans.
  • Work directly with fundraising and programme teams to manage and deliver cross-channel communications to a diverse range of stakeholders.
  • Work with our outdoor advertising partner to develop and manage public campaigns.
  • Project manage multiple initiatives and projects simultaneously.
  • Manage creative agencies.
  • Write and proof-read bespoke creative copy for various media and audiences.
  • Develop and deliver strategic marketing plans to support delivery of the business plan objectives.
  • Continued development, reinforcement and protection of the Railway Children brand.
  • Ensure PR and Public Affairs communications compliment the overall marketing activities.
  • Support implementation of insight, monitoring and measurement processes.
  • Work with fundraising team to refine and segment our key audiences, building intelligent data for CRM purposes.
  • Support the development of campaign activities in service of raising funds and awareness.
  • Support the corporate team to communicate with numerous commercial audiences.
  • Support and provide backup to the Digital Communications Manager.

Download the full job description and recruitment pack here.

How to apply:

To apply for this post, please submit a letter outlining how you meet the criteria
and your current curriculum vitae toenquiries@railwaychildren.org.uk.

Applications can also be posted to:
Railway Children
1 The Commons
Sandbach
Cheshire
CW11 1EG

Closing date: Sunday 31st August 2014

Proposed recruitment timetable (subject to change)
First round interviews: week commencing September 15th 2014.
Second round interviews: week commencing September 22nd 2014.

We regret that it is not possible to respond to every applicant and only those
selected for interview will be notified.


Business development manager

Location: New Delhi Area, India

Reporting to the  Country Director the Business Development Manager shall be responsible for developing relationships and network across corporate and charity sector, raising funds, meeting target and increasing Railway Children India's funding contribution ratio to 40% (vis-à-vis  Railway Children UK's  contribution of 60%), by the year 2017-18.

Download the full job description here.

Compensation:

Gross compensation for the position shall be attractive. The offer made to the selected candidate shall be commensurate with qualifications, experience and salary history.

How to apply:

Reference: BDM-RC

 Eligible candidates interested in this position are requested apply to bdm-rc@sams.co.in with a cover letter, discussing their interest in and suitability for the position, along with an updated resume, giving details of three references, current cost to organization and expected compensation. For further details please visit www.sams.co.in

Closing deadline: 20th August 2014 


Manager, Strategic Alliances (Policy and Advocacy
Location:  New Delhi Area, India

Reporting to the  Country Director the  Manager, Strategic Alliances (Policy and Advocacy),  shall be responsible for creating opportunities for government and civil society to work in collaboration while strengthening each other's interventions, co-creating lasting change in the lives of children who are alone and at risk.

Download the full job description and recruitment pack here.

Compensation:

Gross compensation for the position shall be attractive. The offer made to the selected candidate shall be commensurate with qualifications, experience and salary history.

How to apply:

Reference: MSA-RC

 Eligible candidates interested in this position are requested apply to bdm-rc@sams.co.in with a cover letter, discussing their interest in and suitability for the position, along with an updated resume, giving details of three references, current cost to organization and expected compensation. For further details please visit www.sams.co.in

Closing deadline: 20th August 2014 


 

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