Marketing and Events Fellowship

Cause4 is looking to recruit a Marketing and Events Fellow to specifically support the delivery of the high-profile Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy Programmme, as well as to run a range of events and to support the team in developing new initiatives. This is a superb opportunity to join Cause4 on a two-year development programme, that will give you an in-depth insight into the sector, fast-track agency experience and a certified qualification – spearheading your career in the cultural sector.  You will join three other Fellows all working across fundraising, communications and associated initiatives.

This new post is an opportunity for a driven person at the start of their career. We are looking for someone who wants to learn and develop in the post, whilst supporting an acclaimed funded programme in the arts, culture and heritage sector. The role presents the successful candidate with a two year programme of learning and development opportunities alongside the chance to work in a small, busy team. We are looking for someone at an early stage in their career looking to make an impact, and particularly with an eye on a future role in marketing and communications.

With regular performance and salary reviews, pension and benefits, this role also includes professional development support through membership of the Arts Marketing Association and access to their events and annual conference, as well as critical friend support from a Senior Marketing Consultant. 

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