You’ll be working for a successful international organisation who’ve created this brand-new role within their busy Marketing team. Having global reach, this is a great opportunity to develop or add to your existing marketing skills that you’ve perhaps already gained from working for a UK-focussed company.
What will you be doing?
This is a broad Marketing role, meaning you’ll be supporting a wide range of campaigns. It’ll include print, email, digital, together with UK and international events. You’ll be involved in the initial brief – working with internal teams and possibly external agencies – delivering the campaign and assessing how the campaign has performed. It’s important that any marketing activity you’re involved with is ‘on brand’, delivered on time and is of the highest quality.
It would be great if you had previous experience of working in a marketing department and have an understanding of different promotional channels such as email, video, print and events. Even better, if you have experience of an eCommerce platform, that would be a big plus – if not – you’ll get full training. Equally, this role could suit a recent graduate or someone who can demonstrate a real passion to get into marketing!
Either way you’ll be all about delivering a great customer experience through the Marketing activity you’re involved in. You’ll be helpful, organised (as you’ll be working on multiple campaigns at the same time), have strong IT and communication skills too.
You’ll be joining a super-professional, solid team who are doing some fantastic and innovative work. Your line manager is good humoured and very supportive and you’ll get some excellent training and development. The company are a leader in their field, successful year-on-year, offer a great working environment and benefits package.
If you have some experience or can show your desire to get some solid Marketing experience – get in touch with Sarah to find out more!
A lovely opportunity for someone in the early stages of their career to join this busy, successful, multi-site organisation, in one of their Devon offices, as a Marketing Assistant. The role will see you working with and supported by the Marketing Manager. You will implement the marketing and communications strategy. Your role will include keeping the website content up to date, lead on social media (currently Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and YouTube), work with designers on printed material, email marketing, proof reading, internal communications and assist with/attend events (could mean some evening or weekend work).
The position would suit someone with some relevant work experience, or someone who has recently finished a marketing qualification. You’ll need to be creative and organised, able to work to deadlines, have good command of the English language, excellent attention to detail. In addition, the role of Marketing Assistant, will also require you to have good working knowledge of the MS Office Suite and some experience of PhotoShop.
Marketing and Fundraising Coordinator (part time)
£19,000 – £21,000 (pro rata for 24 hours per week)
This is a newly created role that sits between the fundraising and marketing departments, so you’ll need to be a good communicator who is full of ideas and happy to take on a varied workload. Naturally the job as Marketing and Fundraising Coordinator, will be a mix of routine tasks and project work, the most pressing of which is to help with the launch of a new initiative.
We’re looking for someone with good copy writing skills as you’ll be writing content for on and off line channels and other marketing skills would be beneficial as you’ll be supporting the Marketing Manager in other campaigns and projects. You’ll also be involved in arranging and attending events – so you’ll need to be organised and able to work to deadlines.
It would be amazing if you had some relevant marketing and fundraising experience but the biggest priority is that you are capable, organised, enthusiastic, keen to learn and happy to pitch in as required! There could be training for the right person.
Excellent benefits including 6 weeks holiday (+ bank holidays, pro rata) and some flexibility around working hours – plus you’ll be joining a great team!
Our international client has created this new role within their eCommerce and Marketing Team. As eCommerce Executive the main focus of your role will be to evaluate and optimise the customer journey across this organisation’s multiple websites so their performance and the user experience continually improves. And conversion rates go up too!
You don’t necessarily need to have a background in Marketing or eCommerce, however you will need to show that you’re analytical and have some technical and digital skills. This role would suit a graduate with a year’s experience, looking to join a hugely successful and growing organisation, for example.
Most importantly, you’ll be an ideas person. Having used your analytical skills to evaluate the websites, you’ll then identify where improvements can be made – in other words come up with the strategy. You’ll then communicate your ideas to the development team who’ll work with you to make these a reality.
What you’ll be doing day to day:
Analysing the customer’s online journey
Some online content creation and management
Testing new website features and functionality and supporting their rollout
Investigate and support the resolution of any issues (this will involve liaising with international teams)
Report on the effectiveness of the changes online
If this sounds like you, get in touch with Sarah if you’d like to find out more!