Marketing and Communications Coordinator, Budapest, Hungary
Region
European Union
Country / Territory
Hungary
Location
Budapest
Department
English & Exams
Job Category
Marketing
Pay Band
Locally appointed Grade H
Vacancy Description
Locally appointed PB4 / 2 years contract, initially / Applicants must have a pre-existing right to live and work in Hungary / Strong level of written and spoken English and Hungarian (C1 level) required.
 
Details
The British Council is the world’s leading cultural relations organisation and creates opportunities for people in the UK and worldwide to understand each other, to work together and learn from one another. We see this as crucial to building secure, more prosperous and sustainable futures for us all. We build trust and understanding between different countries and cultures and develop strong international links that are of benefit to people in Britain and the rest of the world.

British Council in Hungary is looking for a dynamic and energetic colleague who would support the team in Hungary by implementing the British Council marketing strategy, providing an exceptional support to events, programmes and activities contributing to the overall impact it makes in this market. He/she will work with wider marketing community and local teams in understanding and expanding audiences, markets, and channels of communication, especially digital, by actively managing meaningful engagement with target audiences and customers.

The successful candidate must have among other:
 
- Experience in a marketing assistant position at a national level within a medium or large organization.
- Demonstrable experience of implementing marketing plans.
- Demonstrable experience in managing supplier relationships.
- Strong level of written and spoken Hungarian (C1 level) and English (C1 level).

Closing date for Applications: Sunday 24 November 2019 23:59 UK time

Starting date: as soon as possible

Role Profile Marketing and Comms Coordinator HU 14-10-19.docx
Marketing and Comms Coordinator Hungary Vacancy Information 11-19.docx
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