Business Partner (Marketing and Recruitment)
Communications, Marketing and Recruitment
£37,655 - £40,788
We are looking for someone to act as a bridge between our Marketing, Events and Recruitment teams and academic departments, who will help develop the content, campaigns and events that bring students to Goldsmiths.What you will do
You will be responsible for liaising with an academic school and working with them to identify and coordinate activity to support Goldsmiths' student recruitment targets. This activity will then be fed into campaign plans across all areas of the teams (for example events and CRM).
Typical activities run by the Marketing, Events and Recruitment teams may include digital content, advertising, recruitment fairs, open days and online events. The campaign activity will cover undergraduate and postgraduate, conversion, clearing, home and international recruitment.
You will bring expertise in either marketing or student recruitment, as well as stakeholder/account management. You'll learn about our courses and their associated recruitment needs, mapping this onto central activity. A large part of the role will be ensuring academic participation in our activities.Where the role sits
This role sits within the Communications, Marketing and Recruitment (CMR) Business Partner team.
The Business Partners are at the centre of our delivery and work with colleagues from across Goldsmiths. This role will be connected to one of our academic schools and be the first point of contact for them.
We have five Business Partners and a manager. They work together, helping each other out and being flexible about what they do.What the successful candidate needs
The role will best be suited to someone who enjoys connecting people and likes to explore inventive solutions. Ideally, you will have experience of working in student marketing or student recruitment.
Dynamic and at times challenging, it would suit someone with previous experience working with internal departments or managing multiple points of contact within an internal role.Working location
We are operating a hybrid working model of at least two days in our office in New Cross, London. This is subject to change, but there are currently no plans to change it.
However, this role requires flexibility to attend meetings and activities on any day.Applying for the role
We can only accept applications using our online application form. We cannot accept CVs emailed directly to us.
You must complete the Essential and Desirable Criteria sections of the application form by explaining how you meet the criteria within the Person Specification in the Job Description.
We are planning to interview on Thursday 12 October 2023.
Business Partner (Marketing and Recruitment)
Goldsmiths University of London
September 14, 2023
October 01, 2023
Business and Economics
About the employer
Established in 1904, Goldsmiths University of London is an open research institution that is associated with the Association of Commonwealth Universities and Universities UK. Earlier, it was known as the Goldsmiths Technical and Recreative Institute. Later on, after becoming a part of the University of London, it was renamed to its current name. The university received its royal charter in 1990. The university was built and designed by the famous architect, Reginald Blomfield. During the 1960s, the university witnessed a rapid growth in the number of enrolments. In the same year, the university began its diploma courses in textile, sculpture, and painting. In 1980, it began offering undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs in various fields under arts and humanities.
The library of the university holds thousands of books, journals, and research papers. The university also allows access to the electronic resources at the library. The campus features a huge lecture theatre, cafe, seminar halls, and digital teaching rooms. Students are provided with a peaceful learning environment at the campus. Further, the campus houses the Department of Media & Communications and the Institute for Creative & Cultural Entrepreneurship. Also, the campus has a seven-story building that features a studio, the center for computation & culture, and the Department of Art. The campus also provides student's accommodation facilities.
The institution offers undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs. The academic curriculum of the university includes the Department of Design, Department of Media & Communications, the Department of Sociology, the Department of Art & Humanities, Department of Anthropology, and the Department of Music. The departments have various courses that give students a wide scope to choose among the subjects according to their area of interest. The university is in partnership with about 1,500 schools and colleges. This allows students to go for the student's exchange program and learn about a different curriculum. Students also get the chance to work as interns under professionals.
The university has a list of notable alumni that includes Damon Albarn (Singer and song-writer), John Allum (Entrepreneur), Kalki Koechlin (French actress and writer), Felix Alvarez (Social activist), John Austin (Politician), Kathleen Brien (Famous Singer), Pete Hoida (Poet and Artist), Alex Zane (Television presenter and DJ),Laurence Juber (Famous musician), Johanna Bennett (Musician), Henry Bond (Famous writer and photographer), Ajay Chhabra (Theatre actor), Brian Molko (Singer and songwriter), Matthew Collins (Writer, broadcaster), Julian Clary (Comedian, actor, and novelist), Suzzane Packer (Well-known actress), Mary Quant (Fashion designer), Ross Raisin (Novelist), Kanya King (Founder of MOBO awards), Amy Robbins (TV actress), Nick Fudge (Digital artist), Vaughan Grylls (Photographer and author), and Dayne Walling (American politician).