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Digital Marketing Assistant
This role is primarily to support the marketing and communications activities of the charity – including communications with current members as well as with prospective members, partners and the wider education sector. The aims are to raise awareness about NACE and our services; increase NACE membership and take-up of other services; and increase engagement with existing members.
The ideal candidate will have proven strengths in written and visual communications across a range of media (including print, digital, email, social media). S/he will also have strengths in collaboration and team-working, professional communication, organisation and planning, data analysis (to support impact monitoring and evaluation), and an interest in the education sector and provision for more able learners.
The role will be based at NACE’s head office in Oxfordshire. Occasional travel to visit NACE member schools and/or to attend NACE events.
Send a covering letter (including your available start date), completed application form and equal opportunity monitoring form to: email@example.com
For an informal discussion about the role, please contact Marketing and Communications Manager Laura Bridgestock: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 18 October 2019
Interviews: 11 November 2019
NACE Regional Associates
Working across agreed regions in England and reporting to the CEO, this is an exciting opportunity to join an established and influential membership charity and to help shape the more able agenda.
The role is primarily to network and represent the organisation and to develop new programmes and partnerships. The aim is to raise awareness of NACE, encourage membership and increase the take-up of services. The ideal candidates will have strong knowledge of the more able agenda, a track record of delivering high-quality educational activities, and relevant networks in the region they will be working in (to be agreed with NACE). They will be strong project managers and experienced in collaborative working with schools and other educational institutions.
This role is home/school-based with travel across the agreed region and termly visits to NACE’s head office in Oxfordshire.
Send a covering letter (including your available start date), completed application form and equal opportunity monitoring form to Sue Riley: email@example.com
For an informal discussion about the role, please email NACE CEO Sue Riley: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are currently seeking experienced education practitioners, consultants and school leaders to join our network of NACE associates. Our associates work across England, Wales and beyond, providing support for schools seeking to improve their provision for more able learners, in the context of challenge for all. The role includes delivering in-school CPD, leading workshops at conferences and off-site training days, providing bespoke consultancy and guidance, and conducting assessments of schools applying for the NACE Challenge Award.
To find out more or express your interest in becoming a NACE associate, please email email@example.com