Digital Communications & Marketing Assistant – Oxford UK

Part-time Marketing and Digital Communications Assistant
The University of Oxford’s Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology

This diverse and interesting role will see you involved with a wide range of projects from administration and coordination of exhibition marketing campaigns; carrying out market research and data analysis; producing the Ashmolean’s What’s On magazine and maintaining listings in print and digital media. You will work with both the Marketing Manager and the Digital Communications Officer, with 50% of your role focussed on general marketing support and 50% assisting the Digital Communications Officer.

You will have excellent written and verbal communication skills, a helpful, can-do attitude and good attention to detail. You should be well organised with good time-management skills and the ability to prioritise a busy workload. You will need to be familiar with In Design and Photoshop and have strong skills in social media. The ideal candidate will have previous experience in a similar role.

Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. You will also be asked to upload a CV and a covering letter to demonstrate your skills and experience. Please note that the covering letter should not be more than one side of A4 and may include experience gained in employment, education, or during career breaks (such as time out to care for dependants).

This is a part-time post for 4 days a week or equivalent hours.

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Closing date: 30th November 2016 (at midday)


The Ashmolean Museum

The Ashmolean Museum has been described as “unquestionably the finest university museum in the world” (The Times, October 29th, 2009). The Museum is a part of the Oxford University Museums Group and houses the University’s collections of art and archaeology together with objects on loan from private individuals and bodies. The collections themselves are of world significance. They range from archaeology to the fine and decorative arts of Europe and Asia and from coins to casts of classical sculpture. These are used for teaching and research purposes both within the University and in the worldwide academic and research communities. Above all, the Ashmolean is a great public Museum, open to all without charge.

For more information please visit: http://www.ashmolean.org/