Work at Icon
Work at Icon
Want to be part of our energetic team in our London-based headquarters? Check out our vacancies below!
Job title: Advertising Officer
Location: Icon’s main office, London
Responsible to: Business Manager
Hours: Part-time, 7 hours per week on Thursdays
Salary: £25,000 to £26,000 per annum full-time equivalent depending on experience plus 6% pension contribution
Term: Fixed-term, 6 months from 16th March 2019
Closing Date: Sunday 17th February 2019
Interview Date: Thursday 28th February 2019
We are looking for an enthusiast, efficient and personable advertising officer for the next 6 months.
The purpose of the job is to secure and administer on-line and printed advertising income which is vital to Icon’s financial success. This also provides a service to members and the public in bringing to their attention job vacancies, products and services.
The successful applicant will work one day a week from Icon’s main offices in London. Salary is pro rata plus 6% pension contribution.
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We advertise a wide range of roles across the conservation profession, including positions for conservators, conservation scientists and technicians. The conservation jobs listings are updated every week.
Please note, you must be an Icon Member to access our jobs listings - you can find out more here.
Advertising Conservation Vacancies
By advertising with Icon, your job will be listed on our popular website and emailed to more than 2,500 specialist members. The deadline for receiving a job advertisement is 5pm on Wednesdays, to go out the following Friday.
To advertise a vacancy online and in Iconnect Jobs please download the booking form below and contact Ben Knox at email@example.com or on 020 3142 6789.
Price: £495 + VAT
Both advertisers and those seeking employment should refer to Icon's current salary guidelines before offering or accepting work. We recommend that the minimum salary for entry-level conservators should be £24,648.
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