Job vacancy: Marketing and Communications Manager

We are looking to recruit a Marketing and Communications Manager to promote the Chartered Institute’s activities.  They will work with senior staff to design, develop and improve our promotion by creating and delivering engaging content across a range of media/channels. The post-holder will also take on management of significant aspects of the role and managerial responsibility for any support staff.

The Chartered Institute for Archaeologists is the leading professional institute representing archaeologists in the UK and overseas. We champion professionalism in archaeology, setting and monitoring professional standards and promoting best practice. We have over 4000 individual members and 80 organisations on our register.

You will have had previous experience of creating and managing communication and marketing campaigns using a range of channels. You will be confident in the use of social media and website and to train staff and volunteers as necessary. Ideally you will have had experience of working with professional institutes and with volunteers and have membership of a relevant professional body.

CIfA’s policy on equal opportunities

CIfA is committed to implementing a policy of equal opportunities in archaeology. In line with our equal opportunities policy, we want to ensure that no job applicant receives less favourable treatment or access to opportunities for training and development on any grounds not relevant to employment practice.

CIfA would like to actively encourage qualified professionals to apply for this position, regardless of background or personal disability. If you require any reasonable adjustments during our recruitment processes, including assistance with reading this page or associated documents, please contact

To apply, please send us a cover letter explaining your experience and how you meet the job description and person specification, along with a copy of your CV to

Closing date for applications is 5pm on Monday 28 March. Interviews are expected to take place in the week commencing 11 April 2022.

For an informal discussion about the post, please contact Alex Llewellyn at