Please note applications for this role are currently closed.



RRB is looking for a UK based marketing assistant to join our small team as we expand the size and scope of our publishing programme.

Marketing Assistant
starting pay £9.50/hour with yearly pay reviews
Permanent, home based for 10hours/ week, flexible if content and deadlines are met.

The role
- managing social media accounts for RRB & international photographers John Myers and Peter Mitchell & creating captions for existing content
- scheduling weekly email updates and sales offers
- compiling press packs and responding to press requests
- updating web pages for and
- generating marketing ideas
- assisting other members of the RRB team in editorial and design as needed

Essential criteria
- highly organised
- working knowledge of Adobe Suite, particularly Bridge/Photoshop/InDesign
- relevant experience in online marketing & communication including direct email and social media
- knowledge of digital file handling
- comfortable working independently
- former work experience in any field with good references
- keen interest in photography & awareness of the Bristol photography scene
- own laptop/ access to reliable digital
- English language competency
- Willing to work flexible hours around publication dates if required

Highly desirable
- awareness of RRB brand
- proximity to Bristol
- familiarity with Klaviyo, Shopify and Hootsuite

Our ideal candidate will be mature in their approach to work and able to juggle multiple projects. They will be able to demonstrate their ability to meet deadlines and navigate complex filing systems.

For the successful candidate RRB will provide:
- access to RRBs archive for research purposes
- training in the publishing process
- entry to industry partner events
- flexibility, openness, and friendly communication
- generous employee discount
- access to Adobe suite if needed

Applications by CV to by 18th February. We expect to review CVs and carry out an informal interview by 11th March. We welcome remote applications and particularly welcome applicants from traditionally marginalised groups.