Wilmington Healthcare is an unrivalled, single healthcare data, education and information resource with outstanding analytics capabilities. We provide our clients with market leading insight into local health economies, complemented by increased access to senior health stakeholders and the wider NHS which results in effective and actionable insights.
Wilmington Healthcare comprises Wellards, Binley’s NHiS and HSJ.
This is an amazing opportunity for a marketer with a couple of years’ experience to dive into all aspects of B2B event marketing and develop a career. The candidate will join the healthcare events team at Wilmington, reporting to the Head of Events Marketing and working with their wider team. They will be expected to step up to the plate and deliver integrated event marketing campaigns for world-class events, such as the HSJ Summit series and to support other event campaigns across the healthcare business.
Wilmington has a marketing academy and encourages its marketers to work together across to deliver excellence for all our customers. As part of this role we expect the candidate to commit to continuing their professional development by undertaking relevant training and courses to enhance their skills. They will be passionate about events and have a strong desire to make a real contribution to the overall success of the business.
The candidate will executing B2B marketing campaigns for all relevant online and offline channels, including, but not limited to:
Under the direction of the Head of Event marketing the candidate will be expected to:
We are looking for a candidate ready to move to the next step, take wider responsibility and develop their skills. Ideally they will have the following skills and experience:
We are focused on ensuring that Wilmington remains a great place to work. We value our people and we continue to invest in their career development. We encourage learning, and career opportunities are possible across all Wilmington companies
“We are committed to equality, equality of opportunity and valuing diversity”