Marketing & Promotions Manager

We are seeking a dynamic and insightful Marketing Promotions Manager to join our team at Ministry of Sound.

Reporting to the Club Marketing Manager, you will be responsible for raising awareness for the brand and providing full coverage of our events.

As a creative and innovative team player, you will push boundaries in the digital space to increase our reach to the desirable audiences.

You will be able to manage and collate artist footage from press packs for the creative team to produce paid / organic ads, with a focus on driving community growth of all our social media platforms including, Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, X and LinkedIn.

You will work closely with the content team and attend events to capture live content for our social media channels.

Your excellent attention to detail will ensure the correct tone of voice is used across the web and review all online content from events to ensure the correct individuals, accounts and locations are tagged and tracked.

You will oversee all ads, diarising channel plans, and full website management through WordPress.

You will produce a strong social media strategy with a clear vision for maximum brand awareness and ROI with commercial acumen. Organising your time to provide reports and analysis on the growth of our social channels and brand awareness will be key.

You will be liaising, creating and monitoring a clear structure for artists to promote events through dark ads, with specific ticket links and any other promotional assets.

You will have an excellent knowledge of the industry with ready built relationships and contacts, researching, analysing and recommending new third party promoters to work with Ministry of Sound.

You will put together and manage a sub promotor network to sell tickets on our behalf and drive shows and events.

You will be confident in working with WordPress / Asana and all major social media channels.

This is an onsite role and you must be flexible with working hours, including evenings and weekends, to accommodate nightclub events when needed.


Ministry of Sound opened in 1991 in a disused bus garage in a forgotten corner of South London. It was the first nightclub in the UK to have a 24-hour license, didn’t serve alcohol and featured an earth-shaking sound system in a specially constructed dance box.

We went on to become the world’s largest independent record company (now owned by Sony) and stage giant dance events, including one for 50,000 people at the Millennium Dome. We were pioneers in electronic music and have a history of taking risks, innovation, and colourful and creative marketing.

Thirty years later we opened The Ministry, a workspace run as a member’s club, in a 50,000 sq. ft Victorian warehouse in SE1. The design is relaxed but functional with a bar, opening windows, an outside courtyard and plenty of space to sit, relax, work and socialise – everything you wouldn’t expect to find in a standard office. There’s great home-cooked F&B, a state-of-the-art gym and fitness studio with daily classes, together with a cultural and business events programme.

As a business, we don’t take ourselves too seriously, like to laugh and have fun, but we have high standards, relentless attention to detail and the continuous improvement of our product, and we work hard as a team. We hate cliché, doing things the way others do and continuously seek to differentiate our brands and products almost as a point of pride.

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