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Digital Marketing Officer

Queen Elizabeth’s Hospital (QEH) is one of the leading independent day schools in the country. Founded in 1590 and occupying a prominent site in the heart of Bristol, QEH is well known for high academic achievement, rich co-curricular activities and high-quality pastoral care based on strong values of personal integrity and community service.  

With more pupils than ever before, the school continues to go from strength to strength. There are over 670 pupils in the Senior School, of which 230 are in the thriving co-educational Sixth Form, with the Sixth Form made up of around 40% girls following the school’s highly successful move to post 16 co-education in 2017. The Junior School occupies the same site and has around 110 boys. In its most recent inspection QEH was rated ‘Excellent’ in all areas by the Independent School Inspectorate (ISI) in December 2022.

The Marketing and Communications Team is central to the success of QEH. Working across both the Junior and Senior Schools, the team delivers marketing activities and events for the school, developing creative marketing strategies that reflect and build awareness of QEH and its brand.

The Digital Marketing Officer will play a key part in developing and building the QEH brand through all digital channels to ensure it continues to remain at the forefront regionally and nationally.

The role will offer the opportunity for ownership of projects and key digital areas such as social media and the school website, with the overarching aim of generating new enquiries, maintaining high retention rates and ensuring an excellent customer journey from enquiry to first day of school.

We are looking for a creative and proactive individual to join this team and put their skills into action across the full marketing mix.

 For the full job description and an application form please visit: www.qehbristol.co.uk/about/vacancies

 

 

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