Modular seeks Marketing Pro to do BIG things
Modular helps small marketing teams get the most out of their content management systems. We naturally gravitate towards organisations making a big impact.
Currently we support around 20 clients with larger projects, develop and support contracts. A mix of charities, membership orgs, publishers and SMEs within conservation, sustainability, international development, arts and tourism, academia and history.
We love the clients we work with and want to find more like them.
Bristol based, part-time Marketing Pro
Needed now is a seasoned, savvy and strategic Marketing bod to bang the Modular drum. Loud. Maybe add some percussion too.
We’ve never really shouted about the amazing stuff we do. We have a plan, but just not ever had the time or resources to do it. That has to change.
We need someone who can pick up the plan and hit the ground running.
Someone who can encapsulate our brand, values, products and services and truly put us on the map.
Bold, fun, super creative, brave. You are not afraid to be adventurous and swim against the tide.
We don’t want to look and sound like other agencies because we’re not like them.
Who you are
Strategically, you will have more than proven yourself in previous roles and no doubt will have run a string of successful campaigns across multiple-channels, including print.
Most likely you’ll have a background in copywriting and brand and have previously used your skills to procure new projects and grow an existing client base.
Personable and friendly, you are really comfortable with people and building relationships and will happily attend and run events. Being face to face with clients and potential clients gives you a buzz.
A motivated, self-starter, you easily work independently and under your own steam but you are just as happy collaborating to make things happen.
Flexible, adaptable, you can move with the goals as and when they change.
A good sense of humour is essential. So does being a real team player.
You’re looking for a new challenge and the thought of taking on a blank canvas is super exciting.
A small team is appealing. You might have worked for small organisations before or perhaps have contracted or freelanced at some point, so you understand what an SME looks and feels like.
It would make sense for you to be Bristol based but we’re happy to look at applications from outside the city, provided you are happy to cover your travel time and costs for the face to face events and meetings you need to attend.
You get that this role could morph into something bigger and that longer term, you’ll get out what you put in.
Our goal is to work with clients we love and for you to love what you do.
We work hard to build a culture that is open, inclusive, supportive and flexible.
Titles don’t really matter to us, but what you do does.
Productivity, energy and focus all rank higher than time spent at your desk.
We work remotely but regularly catch up face to face for meetings and as a team.
We’re a small team, so it is a bit warts and all. Strengths shine, so do our weaknesses.
We’re not perfect, but we’re always working to make it better.
What’s on offer?
We’re pitching the salary at around £28K for a 3 day week (or 24 hours).
Work life balance is super important to us. For this role, we offer flexible working hours. So long as you are available when needed and get the job done, we are happy to offer days and start times that work for you.
You get 35 days annual leave + bank holiday as contracted leave.
When possible, we offer additional Christmas holiday leave (approx. 4 days) which varies depending on when Christmas falls.
If you are up for the challenge, please apply via email to email@example.com with an overview of yourself and what you can bring to the table, why you want to join our team, and your relevant experience.
Don’t worry about your CV – it is just a job timeline. I can take a quick peek at your Linkedin profile to get that info. I’ll get in touch to have an initial chat, and then if there is mutual interest, set up a face to face meeting.
Written by Emma Millington, Head of Customer Relations