Marketing Manager (maternity cover)
Posted on: Thursday 05 September, 2019
Faber is a leading independent literary publisher, recent winner of the Trade Publisher of the Year and Publisher of the Year. Our Marketing Department is looking to recruit a Marketing Manager in a maternity leave cover role for a period of up to one year. Working on campaigns for authors such as Leïla Slimani, Andrew O’Hagan and Sebastian Barry, this is a role for a creative and capable marketer who is comfortable working on a diverse list of literary fiction, non-fiction and poetry. You’ll be experienced in running ambitious and original campaigns as well as presenting your ideas in author meetings and pitches, an effective copywriter who is easily able to communicate your design vision and somebody who can identify audiences and knows how best to reach them. Working in a busy team, this is a job for a resourceful marketer who can plan and implement innovative campaigns for our books and authors.
Managing campaigns for a range of adult fiction, non-fiction and poetry titles
Producing trade sell-in materials such as proofs, presenters and point of sale
Working with a media agency to plan effective advertising campaigns
Collaborating closely with publicity and sales colleagues to deliver joined-up campaigns which drive sales
Briefing and project-managing freelance designers to produce a wide range of content
Managing campaign spend ensuring activity is delivered on time and within budget
Writing copy for book proofs, advertising and print materials
Planning and implementing social media advertising campaigns
Presenting ideas and campaign plans internally and externally
Other duties within the department as required
Please send a covering letter and CV to the Recruiting Manager email@example.com by Monday 23 September. Early applicants may be contacted for an interview prior to the closing date.
We welcome applications from any individual regardless of ethnic origin, gender, disability, religious belief, sexual orientation or age. All applications will be considered on merit.