Marketing Communications Assistant, Welwyn Garden City -
A fantastic opportunity has arisen within an exciting technology organisation based in Welwyn Garden City, who are looking for a Marketing Communications Assistant to join their multinational company and growing marketing team!
Working within the in-house marketing team, you’ll assist them with various activities, focusing on creating engaging and varied content writing, for both their digital and offline channels and materials, as well as support the social media sites for their brands.
A key responsibility for you will be writing and coordinating press releases, newsletters and social media articles. Plus, you will develop innovative content and creative collateral that supports the company’s social media channels and strategies.
You’ll get stuck-in with digital marketing to work on brand positioning too, so you’ll need to be consistent with a good eye for detail, as you’ll also edit and proof-read promotional materials.
The role has plenty of scope and room for development, and this is a place where you can progress. Prove yourself and you’ll be given more responsibility.
Ideally, you’ll have a degree in marketing or a relevant discipline, but this isn’t essential. If you know your way around social media, and have a good knowledge of Microsoft Office, you could be just the person they’re looking for.
Still reading? Take the time to apply. This global company want you to join them on their road to success! If you’re looking for the prospects of a London role but dreading the thought of the commute, this could be just for you!
This role would be most applicable to candidates travelling from areas of Hertford and the wider region, including Welwyn Garden City, Hatfield, St Albans, Knebworth, Potters Bar, and Stevenage.
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