Job DescriptionSurrey Adult Learning is looking for a dynamic, well organised and enthusiastic Digital Marketing Apprentice, with a great initiative and full of ideas.
The post holder will work in the Business Development Team, and will be responsible for administration and implementation of routine marketing and promotional activity. The post holder will be based at the Camberley Centre.
Supporting the Business Development Manager, you’ll be at the heart of driving digital marketing campaigns for a Surrey Adult Learning service. You’ll be expected to be involved at all levels, including drafting digital content, updating web pages and organising email campaigns.
Usual tasks include:
•The maintenance of web pages
•Writing online content for website, social media and internet groups
•Communicating with clients face to face, via phone, email and social media
•Designing and coordinating pay per click and email marketing campaigns
•Researching and writing press releases and liaising with journalists and webmasters
•Liaising with colleagues and clients in connection with the duties.
Working WeekMonday – Friday 9:00am – 5:00pm
Requirements & Prospects
QualificationsA minimum of 5 GCSE’s C and above Including Maths, English and ICT (or equivalents).
- • Excellent communication skills
- • IT literate with a knowledge of social media platforms
- • Prepared to follow instructions, whilst working quickly and accurately
- • Good attention to detail
- • Excellent writing skills with a sound knowledge of punctuation and grammar
- • Reliable, committed and punctual
- • Self-motivated and enthusiastic with a positive attitude
- • Work towards, or have an understanding and practical knowledge of Equality and Diversity, and how we work together to deliver services
Future ProspectsWhen you finish your apprenticeship we’ll help you find a permanent role.
The apprenticeship will include:
• BCS L3 Digital Marketer Diploma.
• Google Analytics Individual Qualification.
• You will also be able to join the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) as an affiliate member and join the British Computing Society (BCS) as an associate member.
Training and Assessment:
• Throughout the apprenticeship, you will be required to attend your local academy for training sessions.
• You will attend a four-day synoptic assessment at the end of your course.
• Your dedicated mentor will visit you in the workplace approximately every 6-8 weeks.
• Online support for modules will be provided for you to complete outside of work.
The remainder of your training will be completed in the workplace.