Marketing Communications Content Officer - NMIS 309063
 

Salary range:£28,331 - £31,866
FTE: 1.0
Term: Open-ended
Closing Date: 20 July 2020 
 

The University of Strathclyde is seeking a talented individual with a proven record of accomplishment in public relations and developing marketing content and collateral to join the marketing communications team for the National Manufacturing Institute Scotland (NMIS) Group.

 

The person will work closely with colleagues as part of an integrated marketing communications team focusing primarily on cultivating and telling the stories from within the two specialist technology centres: the Advanced Forming Research Centre (AFRC) and the Lightweight Manufacturing Centre (LMC) with the objective of raising levels of awareness of the centres and the impact they have on industry. You will be expected to tell these stories across multiple channels.

 

The successful candidate will be creative and personable, with a proven track record of creating content in a B2B public relations / marketing communications focused role and will understand what it takes to make a good story. You will be able to demonstrate your background in delivering interesting and impactful content as part of a wider marketing communications plan, have worked in a similar role, be educated to degree level in a relevant subject such as marketing, English literature and public relations / communications and have an in-depth understanding of marketing communications as a business function.

 

Candidates must have excellent communication skills and first-class copy-writing skills are essential for this position.

 

About the National Manufacturing Institute Scotland

The National Manufacturing Institute Scotland is a group of industry-led manufacturing research and development facilities transforming skills, productivity and innovation in Scotland helping to make the country a global leader in advanced manufacturing.

 

We work with all types of companies: from global original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) all the way through to local manufacturing companies. We help them to de-risk innovation, turn ideas into a commercial reality, solve key production issues and ultimately grow their business and become more competitive. For further information visit www.nmis.scot and www.afrc.org.uk


For informal enquiries, please contact Deborah Findlay, Marketing Communications Lead, deborah.findlay@strath.ac.uk

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Faculty
Faculty of Engineering
Staff Category
Administrative and Professional Services
Type of Employment
Open-ended
Working Hours
Full-time
 
Salary range:£28,331 - £31,866
FTE: 1.0
Term: Open-ended
Closing Date: 20 July 2020 
 

The University of Strathclyde is seeking a talented individual with a proven record of accomplishment in public relations and developing marketing content and collateral to join the marketing communications team for the National Manufacturing Institute Scotland (NMIS) Group.

 

The person will work closely with colleagues as part of an integrated marketing communications team focusing primarily on cultivating and telling the stories from within the two specialist technology centres: the Advanced Forming Research Centre (AFRC) and the Lightweight Manufacturing Centre (LMC) with the objective of raising levels of awareness of the centres and the impact they have on industry. You will be expected to tell these stories across multiple channels.

 

The successful candidate will be creative and personable, with a proven track record of creating content in a B2B public relations / marketing communications focused role and will understand what it takes to make a good story. You will be able to demonstrate your background in delivering interesting and impactful content as part of a wider marketing communications plan, have worked in a similar role, be educated to degree level in a relevant subject such as marketing, English literature and public relations / communications and have an in-depth understanding of marketing communications as a business function.

 

Candidates must have excellent communication skills and first-class copy-writing skills are essential for this position.

 

About the National Manufacturing Institute Scotland

The National Manufacturing Institute Scotland is a group of industry-led manufacturing research and development facilities transforming skills, productivity and innovation in Scotland helping to make the country a global leader in advanced manufacturing.

 

We work with all types of companies: from global original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) all the way through to local manufacturing companies. We help them to de-risk innovation, turn ideas into a commercial reality, solve key production issues and ultimately grow their business and become more competitive. For further information visit www.nmis.scot and www.afrc.org.uk


For informal enquiries, please contact Deborah Findlay, Marketing Communications Lead, deborah.findlay@strath.ac.uk

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