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Digital Marketing Manager

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Digital Marketing Manager – Enable Law

Looking for an opportunity to take the next step in your digital marketing career? We have a fantastic opportunity for a motivated digital marketing specialist to support Enable Law with their digital first sales approach increasing their presence and leads generated online.

Enable Law are part of the Foot Anstey group and one of the UK’s leading specialist medical negligence, personal injury, and mental capacity law firms. Working with Enable Law, you will have the opportunity to make a meaningful impact on people’s lives while advancing your marketing career in a supportive and dynamic environment.

This role is perfect for someone who wants to come and move the dial on how Enable Law go-to-market digitally. 

As the Digital Marketing Manager, you’ll be responsible for delivering the firm’s digital marketing strategy, utilising our digital platforms, and reporting to drive lead generation and commercial growth. 

We’re looking for someone with a strong foundation in website management, CRO, social media, email marketing, SEO, and paid media (PPC). Your excellent project management skills and strong stakeholder management skills will allow you to prioritise and handle multiple initiatives in our fast-paced environment with ease.

You’ll oversee our digital marketing agency and manage our digital budget, ensuring strong execution and accountability so that’s project stays on track and within scope.

Your expertise will be crucial in managing our website, focusing on its development, maintenance and integration with our CRM, and any future platforms.

Additionally, you’ll manage our social media channels, focusing on monitoring and optimisation to maximise our online presence.

As the Digital Marketing Manager for Enable Law, your role will involve planning, executing, and managing integrated marketing campaigns across both online and offline platforms, aiming to enhance our visibility, attract leads, and support our commercial growth. By strategically leveraging digital tools, including paid media (PPC) and SEO, you’ll ensure that our tactics align with our overall strategy and deliver optimal results.

Your analytical skills will be crucial in interpreting data to generate insights, demonstrate our successes and ROI, identify weaknesses, and uncover opportunities.

Strong stakeholder management skills are a must, as you’ll foster key relationships to drive collaboration. Your organisational skills and attention to detail will be key to maintaining our high standards and process-driven approach.

We value a positive mindset, someone who sees opportunities in every challenge and is eager to explore new ideas. Experience in personal injury or mental capacity firms would be a bonus, alongside strong foundations in digital marketing and communications.

Join us if you’re ready to bring your digital marketing expertise to a role that offers both challenges and opportunities for growth and where you can play a pivotal role in driving our digital marketing success.

If you’re an enthusiastic digital marketing specialist looking for an opportunity to join a friendly team and grow your career further with a leading UK law firm, this could be the perfect role for you!

Why Foot Anstey?  

As part of the Foot Anstey Group, in return for your dedication and expertise, we offer considerable scope for personal and professional development. Engage with our popular coaching and mentoring programmes, connect with colleagues across the firm, and enjoy our commitment to mental and physical wellbeing through our weekly Lifestyle Hour. With 28 days of annual leave and the option to take a sabbatical every five years, we ensure you have time to recharge and focus on what matters most to you.

Our flexible benefits portal lets you tailor your rewards to suit your needs, whether it’s buying additional holiday or making donations to our charitable foundation. Plus, our CSR programme allows you to participate in community initiatives, making a difference where it counts.

At Foot Anstey, we are driven by a shared vision of helping our clients and people achieve their ambitions. Our values guide us in everything we do, fostering a culture that sets us apart. We’ve grown from a high-street firm to a significant regional and national player, thanks to our strategic focus on meeting clients’ needs, investing in talent, and leveraging technology and innovation.

Our inclusive environment supports meaningful careers and balanced rewards, offering ongoing professional development through our Talent Development programme. We are committed to flexible working, with over 40% of our employees enjoying a permanent flexible work pattern.

Diversity and inclusion are at the heart of our strategy. We champion aspiration and encourage applications from all suitably qualified people, regardless of background. Your unique perspective will help us continue to create a workplace where everyone can thrive.

Ready to power your ambition with us?

Pre-employment screening

Successful applicants will be required to complete a pre-employment screening process which includes a financial integrity check and a DBS check. If you wish to discuss any issues or questions in connection with this please do speak in confidence with a member of the Talent Acquisition Team at [email protected].

Eligibility to work in the UK

Eligibility to work in the UK will be verified in the final stages of the selection process. All candidates must be able to prove their right to work in the UK which may include meeting the Home Office criteria for Visa sponsorship. Candidates who require sponsorship should evaluate the Home Office eligibility criteria for a Skilled Worker visa before applying and keep up to date with any legal developments.

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