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JOB TITLE: Marketing Assistant
SALARY: £15,000 - £20,000 (pro-rata)
CONTRACT TYPE: Part time
Our client is the UK's only independent provider of University accredited Healthcare Leadership Training and Consultancy. They offer a range of training and education opportunities including accredited and non-accredited workshops and programmes.
The successful Marketing Assistant will be required to:
*Work for two days a week.
*Perform marketing activities to include email, poster and leaflet campigns, distribute press items, prepare supporting material etc.
*Liaise with an external partner on social media campaigns such as Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.
*Contribute PR ideas.
*Visit trade fairs and network.
*Plan and organise events.
*Focus on brand development.
Our client is looking for strong marketing applicants with the following experience and attributes:
*Experience in marketing.
*Creative and skilled in all matters relating to all matters PR, marketing and communications.
*The ability to produce marketing material collateral that enables successful recruitment onto the learning programmes.
*General office skills.
*Excellent communication skills.
*Experience of working in the public sector (most of this work is within the University system and NHS) may be advantageous although not essential.
ALTERNATIVE JOB TITLES: Marketing Executive, Marketing Manager, Marketing Co-Ordinator, Marketing Designer, Marketing Graduate
This role is commutable from:
Mana Resourcing is a specialist recruitment company working within the Engineering, Sales, IT and Commercial sectors. We are established to service and support the recruitment requirements of modern businesses and candidates alike. This particular role includes people with experience in: Marketing Executive, Marketing Manager, Marketing Co-Ordinator, Marketing Designer, Marketing Graduate.
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