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Partnerships Account Manager - Remote & part time

Employer
The Day
Location
Homeworking
Salary
4-5 days per week, Full time equivalent (FTE) of £36,000
Closing date
6 May 2024

Summary

We are looking for a creative, capable and experienced account manager to play a central role in running our education partnership programmes. We are proud of the impact our school programmes have on young people, so we want someone with the same passion for the youth/education sector. The successful candidate will be confident in digital marketing, online events, video and the latest social media trends.

The Day covers the most important and interesting news stories on the planet (and beyond) every weekday and adapts them for children from the age of 18 right down to age 7. As a subscription-based, online resource for schools, our primary audience is teachers. The Day partners with brands, companies and other organisations to link the real world to the curriculum, creating innovative learning resources and experiences for schools and colleges.

The successful candidate will manage and drive forward our key strategic partners (including Oxford University and the LEGO Group) to deliver learning programmes for young people and teacher-facing marketing campaigns. There is a strong digital marketing and online events element to this role, and the need for creative and strategic thinking.

You will also be responsible for overseeing the management, growth and promotion of The Day’s exciting Global Young Journalist Awards. You will report into the Partnerships & Audience Director and be supported by our Partnerships Marketing Executive, to manage project timelines, plan and promote online events, videos and learning resources, create social media strategies and deliver above and beyond the expectations of our clients. You will be required to assist the Exec and become hands-on when required. We are looking for a self-motivated individual, who is confident dealing with senior stakeholders, has excellent client servicing skills and has a keen eye for detail and KPI’s, taking initiative to pivot where necessary.

The role is 4-5 days per week (with some flexibility), but with four touch points required throughout the week. We all work from home, but meet in London once a month, so this role can be based anywhere within approx 90 minutes travel to London or the ability and willingness to travel once a month to London.

We require a creative person who is capable of working independently, wants to make an impact on a growing company and ideally has knowledge of/a passion for the education sector. We balance this with a strong belief in employee well-being, team-work and openness.

Responsibilities and duties

  • Strategic oversight and management of the Global Young Journalist Awards, BrainWaves (with Oxford University) and Build the Change (with LEGO)
  • Building relationships with new and existing partners and spotting growth opportunities
  • Discovering and listening to partner strategic goals in order to find creative ways to support them
  • Managing and working with the Partnerships Marketing Exec to plan and schedule teacher-facing comms campaigns across multiple channels, including emails, social media, videos, online events/webinars, blogs, advertorials, PR, newsletters, events
  • Creating and owning the project timelines Managing contra marketing partnerships with our education industry friends
  • Managing a freelance Learning & Engagement specialist and PR person

Qualifications and skills

  • 5-7 years experience working as a partnerships/account/ marketing manager position in a fast paced environment working across a variety of marketing channels
  • Ability to advise on marketing/social media strategies, including TikTok, and guide the content for a teacher audience
  • Excellent project management skills with the ability to schedule, prioritise and meet deadlines
  • Experience of running online events and producing video content Knowledge of branding and design
  • An understanding of the education sector and needs of teachers Excellent copywriting skills with the ability to adopt different styles
  • Good management skills and the ability to work independently, remotely with initiative

Salary and benefits

  • Full time equivalent of £36,000 (4-5 days per week), with four touch points throughout the week
  • Flexibility to work remotely
  • Pension auto enrolment after 3 months
  • Strategy day in London once a month
  • YU Life Employee Wellbeing Assistance Programme

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