Marketing Assistant (Part-Time / Flexible)
A BID, or ‘Business Improvement District’, is a defined geographic area within which businesses opt (via a ballot) to provide services for their business community to support improvements to the overall trading environment in which they all operate.
Working for the Dorking BID, the Marketing Assistant will report into the BID Manager and play an important role in supporting the promotion of Dorking as a place to visit, shop and explore, as well as supporting town centre businesses with the growth of the local economy.
Tasks will include, but not be limited to:
Handling enquiries from local businesses
Collating information to add to the Dorking Town Partnership website (no specific website skills needed as the information will be uploaded by a third party)
Spreadsheet work – Collecting information from businesses and adding to Excel
– Adding information to the Market spreadsheet
Liaising with stall holders for monthly markets (Dorking Artisan Market and Dorking Decorative Vintage Brocante)
Organising marketing collateral to be printed
Arranging promotional a-boards around the town
Helping at events, including monthly markets
Handing out flyers to shops and businesses in the town
Organising networking meetings and information for the local businesses
General administrative tasks in support of the BID Manager
The part-time role will be on a freelance basis, working remotely and in town for 2 hours per day (Monday – Friday). The hours can be worked flexibly during office hours. Please note that weekend event work will be required for the monthly markets that take place on special Sundays.
Well organised and good attention to detail
Strong people skills and communication
Experience with using Excel spreadsheets and comfortable with collating figures
Able to work flexibly from home and attend events where required
An understanding of, and a love for, Dorking as a destination
If you would like to apply for the Marketing Assistant role, please email your CV and covering letter to Dorking Bid Manager, Charlotte Whitaker, on: email@example.com.
Closing date for applications: 5pm, Friday 16th July.
Social Media Manager
Dorking Town Partnership are looking for their next Social Media Manager to create, organise, and manage their brand campaigns. This is an exciting venture for your next step in social media management as you’ll be representing the Business Improvement District within Dorking. This is a part-time role, we estimate 2 hours a day, 10 hours a week flexible working.
Are you a whizz with communications? Do you think outside-the-box in regards to problem solving? Are you content driven and can effectively create and execute cutting-edge social media campaigns? Do you have great ideas when it comes to the promotion of local businesses on social media? Dorking Town Partnership wants to hear from you!
- Creating and executing social media campaigns in-line with the company’s social media strategy.
- Maximise promotions, events and activities via the relevant social media channels engaging with the appropriate stakeholders, customers and visitors to maximise awareness and participation.
- Creating and executing MailChimp e-marketing campaigns to support communications on a B2B and B2C basis.
- Writing captivating blog articles to engage broad range of audiences.
- Analysing website analytics to help drive digital footfall on website.
- Help support and promote Dorking Town Partnership’s monthly market.
- Track and improve on analytics for social media, e marketing, and website.
- B2B and B2C marketing experience.
- Experience in social media marketing (2+ years minimum).
- Photo editing skills.
- Experience with MailChimp with a high-level of understanding of GDPR compliance.
- Copywriting skills for a diverse range of topics.
- Experience with paid advertising campaigns on social media.
- Able to produce weekly analytics reports comprehensible for the board of Directors.
- Experience and understanding of Google Analytics.
- Experience with Facebook, Twitter and Instagram platforms.
- Can-do, positive attitude.
- Proactive and responsive.
- Flexible working hours.
- Flawless spelling and grammar.
- Able to jump in with existing campaigns whilst developing others.
Do you think you have the above? Please send your CV and covering letter to Charlotte Whitaker, Dorking Town Partnership Manager, on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Closing date of entry is 31st May.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Dorking Museum’s Collection Care Team is looking to recruit a volunteer Curator to take over an existing role. The Museum has a large and varied collection of artefacts that represent all aspects of the history and heritage of the Dorking area. These range from the prehistoric to the modern and from large to very small items, many of which require careful research, handling and storage. The team ensures that the Museum’s collection is stored, interpreted, and preserved to relevant standards and that objects are understood through exhibitions, publications, events and presentations.
The volunteer Curator role requires someone who is enthusiastic and has good communication skills. They should be willing to learn about museum databases and procedures while having a good understanding of the IT needed. The role involves identifying and recording items, dealing with quarantine and storage, organising loans and dealing with enquiries. The team works closely with colleagues in archives, education, exhibitions, fundraising and marketing, whilst advising Visitor Assistants on object handling and procedure. In addition, they may conduct research, and help to train the Museum’s volunteers and Visitor Assistants.
Training for the role will be given, but an understanding and appreciation of the curatorial role and museum environment is an asset.
DORKING MUSEUM, 62 West St. Dorking, RH4 1BS
Closing date of application N/A
Send covering letter and CV to
email@example.com quoting Curator Role