Matrix is an established barristers’ chambers in Gray’s Inn, London with over 100 members and nearly 40 staff, aiming to provide a high quality service to both members and clients.
We have an exciting opportunity to become a valued member of a staff team with a modern, innovative and inclusive approach to delivering a professional service.
Marketing Manager – Permanent full-time position
A salary in the region of £45,000 - £62,000 dependent on experience
Applications are sought for the position of Marketing Manager.
The Marketing Manager:
We are seeking to recruit an innovative and motivated Marketing Manager to develop and implement Matrix’s marketing strategy. The successful candidate will be a capable marketing professional with experience managing marketing events and projects, and knowledge of branding, digital marketing and business development. This is a fast-paced environment, so organisational skills are essential, as well as an ability to cope well with pressure and to think on your feet. Reporting to the CEO, the Marketing Manager will work closely with members, staff and clients.
Interested? What now?
An application pack can be found on our website www.matrixlaw.co.uk on the ‘Recruitment’ page or by emailing Lindsay Clarke on email@example.com. If you have any queries or would like to receive an application pack in an alternative format please call 020 7404 3447. For a confidential conversation about the role please contact our Chief Executive Rachel Holmes on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Closing date for receipt of applications: 25th January 2022 at 10am.
Equal Opportunities Statement
Matrix strives to be an equal opportunities employer and is committed to diversity amongst its staff and members, including supporting flexible working. We therefore encourage and welcome applications from women, Black, Asian and minority ethnic individuals, neurodiverse and disabled people, and those who are LGBT+, as well as candidates from other groups which are underrepresented in the legal sector. We will make reasonable adjustments to enable disabled or neurodiverse candidates (including where a mental health issue is classified as a disability) to demonstrate their suitability for the position.