Volunteer Marketing and Communication Team Roles Marketing Assistant Job Overview As a marketing assistant, you will report to the BABS Director of Marketing and Events and collaborate with our marketing, events and social media teams in all stages of marketing campaigns. Your insightful contribution will help develop, expand and maintain our marketing channels. Please note this is an unpaid position but all expenses are reimbursed. What Are We Offering? Opportunities to learn, grow skills and work with a high performing team achieving high standards To be a part of the support team for major events To be a part of an organisation during an exciting time Responsibilities for Marketing Assistant Support the marketing team with planning, implementing, and monitoring marketing campaigns Assist in marketing and advertising promotional activities (e.g. social media, direct mail and web) Assist with the production and design of marketing materials and collateral Prepare promotional presentations Help organise and coordinate marketing events such as conferences and webinars Evaluate data and create reports on key metrics in order to monitor campaign efficiency and analyse trends Write and edit content for different platforms such as social media, website, and press releases Provide administrative and project support for a variety of marketing programs Support the marketing team in daily administrative tasks Qualifications for Marketing Assistant Strong written and verbal communication skills Attention to detail Superior organisational and time management skills Knowledge of marketing computer software and online applications (e.g. CRM tools, Online analytics and Google Adwords) is a plus Strong desire to learn along with professional drive Experience in marketing, design, PR could be useful Solid understanding of different marketing techniques To apply, please write to Shanna Wells, [email protected], telling her why you would like to volunteer and highlighting any relevant experience. Applicants wanting more information are welcome to call her on 07930 992443. Social Media Team (Events) Do you attend all of BABS’ events? Do you consider yourself a social media connoisseur? Then this might be the position for you! Help the BABS social media team keep our channels up to date at our events. Pass on important event updates and capture special moments, all whilst enjoying your favourite BABS events. The right person would work alongside the BABS social media team and coordinate with posts and updates during BABS events. To apply, please send an email and a paragraph giving an overview of who you are and why you’re right for the role to Shanna at [email protected]. Membership Roles National TTS Coordinator The National TTS Coordinator is responsible for the delivery of Time to Sing courses across the association. TTS is an effective, tried-and-tested format for recruitment drives, and remains one of the most rewarding ways for clubs to gain new members. An effective TTS Coordinator will: Have experience running effective TTS courses in their own club Have a good understanding of effective branding and marketing strategies Be data-driven, responding to feedback from clubs and participants Be available to assist and support clubs in delivering their courses Work well as part of a team Responsibilities: Work with the BABS Director of Marketing and Communication to manage the TTS Brand Report regularly to the BABS Director of Membership Support clubs with marketing and delivery Work with the BABS Director of Music & Education to manage the curriculum Encourage clubs to participate Collect feedback from club and participants Coordinate the awarding of grants To apply, please send a short paragraph giving an overview of who you are and why you’re right for the role to Peter at [email protected] by 31st January 2021. Regional Club Liaisons Regional Club Liaisons act as liaisons between BABS and BABS clubs in their region. Reporting to the Director of Membership, they are the first point of contact for clubs requiring information or assistance. An effective RCL will: Have experience in their own club's leadership Be engaged in the national BABS community and wider barbershop world Be a great communicator Be proactive Work well as part of a team Responsibilities: Provide reactive and proactive support to clubs and keep them engaged with the BABS community Schedule regular check-ins with clubs in your region Schedule regular meet-ups for club leadership in your region Report to the Membership Director regularly Attend BABS Council meetings as a non-voting observer, and stay up-to-date with developments within BABS and the barbershop community Escalate issues to the BABS Board/Membership Director as appropriate To apply, please send a short paragraph giving an overview of who you are and why you’re right for the role to Peter at [email protected] Please note these are unpaid positions but all expenses are reimbursed.