Join our team as Head of Marketing at MediaCity
We're recruiting for a Head of Marketing; this is an unrivalled opportunity to play a key role at the start of the next phase of MediaCity’s regeneration story.
We’re looking for an experienced and passionate marketing professional who will be responsible for developing and leading a long-term consumer and business marketing strategy for MediaCity.
Head of Marketing, MediaCity
Permanent – 35 Hours per Week
Base: MediaCity, Salford
Competitive Salary (dependent on experience) + bonus scheme and an attractive benefits package including private health care.
Who are you?
You’re a creative leader with significant and relevant marketing experience who is adept at creating and managing high-performing teams.
You’ll understand the intersectionality of brand value across a number of areas – property and regeneration; placemaking; ESG and social value. You’ll be confident at influencing and developing relationships and partnerships both internally and externally and have an instinctive eye for opportunity.
You’ll also have a sound understanding of PR, graphic design, brand/advertising, social media and digital communications and how to effectively manage and link them together.
Whilst your skills and experience in the sector are obviously important, you’re a real people person who doesn’t mind rolling up their sleeves and has a sense of humour even under pressure.
To find out more about the role and how to apply, visit Peel L&P – Careers (peellandp.co.uk).
Who are we?
MediaCity is a partnership between Peel L&P and LandSec and is a large mixed-use waterside community in Salford, Greater Manchester. A cluster of 8,000 people work for some of the world’s most exciting creative, tech and media brands at MediaCity, from BBC North and ITV to Ericsson, The Hut Group, Kellogg’s and over 250 creative and tech businesses.
Future talent is vital to our success so you’ll find three education establishments are based here, including the University of Salford’s dedicated MediaCity campus, while at its heart is HOST, the Home of Skills & Technology, which supports innovators in data, analytics, cybersecurity, AI, gaming and immersive technologies.
MediaCity is also a visitor destination with tens of thousands of people coming each year to enjoy our carefully curated programme of events and activity which we develop with our local creative and cultural partners so there’s always something to inspire. Alongside this is a growing roster of local, independent food, drink and retail operators, a dedicated shopping centre, parks and public spaces, and one of the UK’s most visited arts centres, The Lowry. It is also a popular residential neighbourhood, with over 2,000 residents and extensive plans for further homes.
Sustainability and climate resilience is core to MediaCity’s future: home to the UK’s largest cluster of net zero carbon buildings, it has two dedicated Metrolink tram stops and is currently developing a 10-year biodiversity plan.
Our heritage is vitally important to our story. While MediaCity today is all about the future, its foundations have been laid on what was one of the world’s biggest industrial ports. Manchester Docks revolutionised the world’s textile trade innovation, vision and international trade. So we may have swapped dock workers for media makers, shipped goods for streamed content, but what drives us remains the same. MediaCity was and is a place of global export and exchange, with an international workforce, and the vision to make the impossible, possible.
Landsec recently acquired a 75% stake in MediaCity with Peel L&P remaining the asset and development manager.
ambitious regeneration business with generations of are proud to be responsible for some of the most transformational projects in the UK today. Landsec
Together, our inclusive and collaborative approach to the development of MediaCity will ensure that it grows into a community united by creativity, and a place of play, imagination and innovation.
Newsnight presenter Kirsty Wark will chair a high profile debate on the future of broadcasting at the relaunch of the University of Salford’s Nations and Regions Media Conference.