Marketing Account Partner
Marketing Account Partner
Vacancy reference: MBD3961
Location: This role can be based at either The College of Policing, London, SE1 9HA, Harrogate, HG3 1UF or Ryton, CV8 3EN. Applicants who are based in Harrogate or Ryton will be required to travel to London at least one day per week
If this post is London-based, the salary range will be: £32,990 to £39,674, working 36 hours per week
If this post is nationally based, the salary range will be: £27,990 to £34,084, working 37 hours per week
College grade: 2B
This post is open to applicants who can meet the College’s nationality, UK residency and vetting requirements
Closing date: Monday, 5 February, 2018 (midnight)
Interview date and location to be confirmed. This role is offered as a permanent opportunity.
Previous applicants need not apply
We are looking to recruit a Marketing Account Partner to join the Marketing and Communications team.
This role will be part of a small team responsible for the account management of marketing communication programmes supporting key business priorities. You will provide internal clients across the College with a single co-ordinating point of contact in the delivery of marketing communications to meet their business objectives, taking responsibility from brief through to delivery. We are looking for an individual who has had experience across a wide range of communication channels, who are comfortable managing a number of projects at once, ensuring that they remain on brief, on time and on budget.
Please see job description for full details of the role. Applications will be sifted against the ‘Essential criteria’ section of the job description.
The College of Policing is the professional body for everyone that works in the police service in England and Wales. We provide all those working in policing with the skills and knowledge to prevent crime, protect the public and secure public trust. The quality of our services, the support for our members and a reputation for cutting-edge research and teaching will have a profound effect on the future development of policing in the UK and overseas for years to come.
We have three complementary functions:
- Knowledge: developing the research and infrastructure for improving evidence of 'what works'. Over time, this will ensure policing practice and standards are based on knowledge, not custom and convention.
- Education: supporting the development of individual members of the profession. We set educational requirements to assure the public of the quality and consistency of policing skills, and facilitate academic accreditation and recognition of our members' expertise.
- Standards: drawing on the best available evidence of 'what works' to set standards in policing for forces and individuals, for example, through Authorised Professional Practice and peer review.
Additional information and eligibility:
New entrants are normally appointed at the pay scale minimum for their grade although there is limited scope for negotiation based on skills and experience.
Existing staff and civil servants should note that, if successful, their salary on appointment would normally be determined by applying the College's usual salary progression rules. If the appointment is on level transfer, your substantive salary (excluding any allowances) will remain unchanged (unless it exceeds the maximum stated within the College pay band) and unless the successful candidate's current salary is below the relevant College grade minimum. If the appointment is on temporary or substantive promotion, the successful candidate's salary will be increased by the appropriate promotion percentage or moved to the relevant College grade minimum, whichever is the greater.
This post is open to UK nationals, Commonwealth citizens, EEA nationals of other member states and certain non-EEA family members. There must be no employment restriction or time limit on your permitted stay in the UK. You should normally have been resident in the United Kingdom for at least three years, and in some cases five or even 10 years, preceding your application due to the requirement to have a checkable history for security vetting purposes. If you answer 'No' to the questions regarding nationality, then it is unlikely your application will be pursued. If you are unsure as to your eligibility on any of these points, please contact us for advice.
College posts are subject to both national security vetting and force vetting requirements.
How to apply and contact information:
Please complete the application and diversity forms and return them to one of the following:
By email: email@example.com,
By post: HR Department, College of Policing, Priestley House, Priestley Road Basingstoke RG24 9NW.
If you have trouble downloading any of the documents, or for further information regarding this position, please contact us via the details above, or by telephone: 0247 693 1315.
Please quote the job title and vacancy reference number in all correspondence.
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The College is committed to valuing diversity and promoting equality of opportunity for all.
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