Marketing & Sales Coordinator Division Imperial College Union Job Family/Level
Professional Services 2a
Marketing & Communications Manager
Student staff as required.
South Kensington based within Imperial College Union
Internal Liaison STUDENTS’ UNION Central Services Manager, Commercial Services Manager, Membership Services Manager, Retail Manager, Student Officers IMPERIAL COLLEGE LONDON Sport Imperial, Catering & Conferences Team, Communications External Liaison
Other Universities, other Students’ Unions, external organisations, graduate recruiters, advertising agencies, printers.
Purpose of the Post The Central Services Department of Imperial College Union provides the services and resources that underpin the work of all other departments of the Union. Central Services provides marketing, administrative, business systems and facilities management output that plays a key role in cross-departmental task-focused projects. The Marketing & Sales Coordinator is responsible for the production of a range of publicity materials that promote the range of services and the Union offers. They will promote the activities of all departments at the Union, and provide vital marketing support. The position holder will be expected to communicate in line with our brand guidelines and to the strategy put in place by the Marketing & Communications Manager. In addition to general publicity and marketing, the post-holder will be the first point of contact for all sponsorship and media sales activity within the Union. This will include gaining sponsorship for events such as Freshers’ Fair, selling advertising in the Union newspaper, researching new opportunities for income generation through sales and sponsorship and advising Club & Society officers on how to negotiate sponsorship support for their activities.
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1. To develop and ensure a clear, consistent and positive profile for the Union both internally and externally through the coordinated production of the Union’s publicity and communication. 2. T o assist the financial development of the Union by negotiating beneficial sponsorship arrangements for the major areas of Union activity. 3. To assist the officers and managers of the Union in meeting long term strategic objectives by developing and implementing a communications strategy.
1. Produce and design publicity materials for the Union’s services – commercial and noncommercial in line with the Union’s communications strategy. 2. Research and utilise new opportunities for income and sponsorship 3. Ensure all communication is in-line with the Union’s brand guidelines
4. T o assist Clubs & Societies in the production of effective publicity material. 5. T o generate sponsorship income to support Union events and activities. 6. To be responsible for selling corporate stall space and advertising for the Union’s Freshers Fair, and for Freshers’ Week mailings and publicity. 7. Assist in all marketing activity for large projects as required by the Marketing & Communications Manager.
3.0 OTHER 1. Attend meetings and training events as required. 2. C omply with Union and College policies, procedures and constitution at all time. 3. Undertake any other duties appropriate for the grade and responsibilities of the post that may from time to time be reasonably requested. 4. H ave a flexible approach to duties and work and, in particular, adopt a team style with departments and activities across the Union.
Training and Professional Development Imperial College Union considers regular and on-going training as essential to job satisfaction and career development. It is expected that the post-holder will be offered the opportunity to participate in training that is relevant to his/her duties and the post-holder will be expected to undertake such training as may be reasonably practicable. Notes Imperial College and Imperial College Union are committed to equality of opportunity and to eliminating discrimination. All employees are expected to adhere to the principles set out in the College’s Equal Opportunities in Employment Policy, Promoting Race Equality Policy and Discrimination Policy and all other relevant guidance/practice frameworks. More about Imperial College Union Find out about Imperial College Union our vision and values, our history and read our latest annual and impact reports online at: