Job – Marketing Assistant – (Apprenticeship)

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E-commerce Specialist providing strategy and marketing ideas to help companies sell more online.

ReThink eCommerce are looking to recruit a Marketing Assistant (Digital Content) Apprentice to learn how to update and manage our clients websites. The role would suit a young person, with good writing skills who wants to forge a career in digital marketing.

adwords qualified
The Digital Marketing Apprentice will undertake 1 day a week of training and learning, largely provided by Google to become qualified on Google tools such as Analytics, Ad-Words, and Webmaster Tools, with the overall aim of working towards one day completing the Google Squared Online Digital Marketing course.

In the day to day role, the Marketing Assistant would work closely with the Marketing Director to create and manage content for clients websites. The Marketing Assistant would need-
– The ability to research and create compelling content
– A creative mind to come up with new content ideas
– Attention to detail and ability to deliver to deadlines
– An understanding of the main social networks (Twitter, Youtube, G+ and Pinterest).
– A can-do attitude and willingness to learn to learn new skills

The role will develop in the individual an understanding of how content management systems work, how Google algorithms work, and how to use content and social media to achieve business goals. It is the opportunity to be part of a growing web development agency who believe passionately in staff development, as well as to be part of a company determined to keep on the forefront of the latest updates and developments in eCommerce.

This role requires good interpersonal skills as the Marketing Assistant will need to interact with clients and occasionally work from their offices. We’re looking for a flexible individual, able to take on challenges and work to deadlines.

Please apply in the first instance by sending a CV and covering letter to info@rethinkecommerce.co.uk.

ReThink eCommerce never uses recruitment agencies.

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