Senior Marketing Executive

Do you have a passion for excellent copy, SEO & Google Ad experience and a talent for social content? Join the ESU as our Senior Marketing Executive and develop your career with an historic charity.

Senior Marketing Executive

This is an incredibly exciting time to be joining the ESU. We are developing our digital marketing presence, reviewing our website and launching innovative new education programmes. We are looking for an experienced Senior Marketing Executive to join our team and help us ensure that our work reaches the children and young people who need it most. The ESU believes every child should be able to make their voice heard. We believe that the ability to progress and to thrive in life relies on oracy – speaking and listening – skills. Our oracy, debate, public speaking and cultural exchange programmes help young people to engage with the world, to speak more confidently and to listen to and understand different points of view.

By joining the ESU you have the opportunity to develop this role, bringing your experience of campaign implementation and digital channel management to support an education charity with over 100 years of heritage in oracy, communication and cultural exchange.

The closing date for applications is 10 am on Friday 21 April. Interviews: in-person at head office, Mayfair, on Tuesday, 2 May 2023 

Visit the ESU website for more information and to apply:


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The English-Speaking Union (ESU) is a charity working to give young people the speaking and listening skills and the cross-cultural understanding they need to thrive. We run debate, public speaking and performance competitions; deliver oracy and performance workshops; run summer schools; offer scholarship opportunities & more. We also run events nationwide for members and the general public.

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