Marketing Officer

  • Full time
  • £26,754
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 9th December 2022

  • Advertised from 23rd November 2022
  • 35 hours per week. Contract: Initially offered on a 12-month contract


We have an exciting opportunity for a digitally-savvy, proactive and enthusiastic Marketing Officer to help shape our social media strategy and work across the full marketing mix in a busy, varied role.

The Queen’s Hall is one of the city’s best-loved music venues. Our programme includes classical, jazz, folk, rock, pop, and independent contemporary music, as well as comedy and spoken word. We host local acts and international performers, emerging and acclaimed artists, and showcase around 200 events each year which attract approximately 90,000 audience members. We are also an important Edinburgh festivals venue.

We are seeking a Marketing Officer who is looking for a flexible and collaborative role to develop venue marketing, individual show promotion, and the advancement of fundraising and development initiatives, with the opportunity to work across different areas of the business.

You will be talking to audiences, promoters, supporters, and other stakeholders, developing The Queen’s Hall’s voice, increasing our reach and ensuring that all users have a positive experience of the venue.

Reporting to and working with our Marketing and Development Manager, key responsibilities will include:

• Social media growth, engagement and analysis

• Website management

• Customer communications

• Copywriting

• Design (digital and print assets)

• Venue dressing

• Advertising and press

• Use of our CRM/ticketing software

The ideal candidate will bring some similar experience to the role, have a calm, positive and friendly outlook and understand the need to provide excellent work to a high standard. Applicants must have the Right to Work in the UK.

Application notes

Please download the full job description below, which includes details of how to apply.

Deadline: 12pm, Friday 9 December

Interviews: Commence 14 December (approx)