|Salary||£200 - £250 per day||Sector||Professional & Admin|
Our client is currently seeking a hands-on Campaign Manager to work for the UK's largest water and Wastewater Company on a contract basis until end of March 2018.
Forming part of their Strategy & Regulation team, you will help deliver important communications for the PR19 (price review 2019) programme.
Our client wants their customers, employees, stakeholders and PR19 programme teams to understand the PR19 story and the role they have to play in it. Everybody can get involved & they want their audiences to know this and to provide feedback. This will effectively be achieved by working closely with and bridging the activities between the Brand & Marketing team and PR19 teams.
You will play a pivotal role not only in shaping how the communications are delivered in terms of idea generation, strategy and implementation but you will lead by example and get involved where needs be.
This is an ideal opportunity to join the largest water utility company in the UK and help shape its' priorities for the future. The price review is a process which takes place every five years and now is the critical time in which we come to the final stage of engagement with our customers, stakeholders and employees - ensuring they all have the opportunity to provide their views.
This contract role (until March 2018) is based in Reading head office with a flexible daily rate of approximately £250 per day.
What will this role involve?
Support in development of the campaign messaging and overall approach, ensuring a robust campaign is built using a variety of channels in order to reach target audiences. Channels to utilise include: digital, print, website, video, press and social media.
Ensure all parties involved in the delivery of the campaign are aware of their responsibilities and timescales and in agreement with them. Teams involved include: external creative, media and PR agencies, PR19 programme team, digital, design, brand, customer insight, media and web development teams.
Act as the primary contact point for all campaign activities.
Proof-reading and adapting copy for a variety of channels.
Execute a robust, effective and timely campaign reaching target audiences - enabling them to provide their feedback on the Business Plan.
Track the campaign and adapt to ensure we are using the most effective channels and messaging.
Ensure that the brand and identity is followed.
What skills are needed?
Do you have similar experience of leading and delivering campaigns? Are you able to generate ideas as well as get stuck in with the 'doing'? If the answer is yes, look no further!
We need someone who has a wealth of communications and campaign management experience. Somebody who is used to working flexibly and juggling a number of priorities and channels.
You will have experience liaising with external agencies.
Working in a utilities or regulatory background would be advantageous but not essential.