Digital Media Co-ordinator
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Digital Media Co-ordinator to join our client’s team based in Nottingham. You will be on a full time permanent basis and will be offered a competitive salary of £18,500 - £21,500 per annum dependent on experience.
About the Digital Media Co-ordinator role
Our client are seeking online media talent to help carry out their digital marketing activities. This is an exciting opportunity to help their students engage creatively online with their student audience. They are a youth organisation and wish to recruit someone who is nimble and proficient online who can develop excellent presence and engagement through their knowledge of their youth audience.
In this role you will oversee all aspects of the digital and social media marketing campaigns, plan, manage and create content across all digital and social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and blogs. You will work with internal and external teams to obtain necessary content, keep all parties abreast of campaign progress and ensure their consistency in tone of voice.
Skills needed to become their Digital Media Co-ordinator
- Ideally you will be from a social media or journalism background, having either studied it as part of your degree, as work experience or even be an online influencer yourself
- In-depth knowledge and understanding of social media platforms
- An ability to research and produce high quality written material
- Create engaging videos
- Good analytical and problem solving skills
- Ability to plan, prioritise and meet deadlines
They’re looking for someone who has a passion for digital media that manifests itself through self-teaching, exploring and bringing new ideas to the table. As part of your application, you should include appropriate links or documented online presence (links to your social profiles, video samples, blog or website).
Benefits of becoming their Digital Media Co-ordinator
When you work for our client you bring your skills, experience, talent, commitment and a desire to do a great job and they want you to be the very best you can be. In return they want to be an employer where every member of the staff team feels valued, trusted, inspired, and able to grow and to have fun.
They offer a range of employee benefits which support employee wellbeing such as flexi-time, flexible working, generous holiday allowance, generous staff pension, paid closure days, learning and development opportunities and much more.
Our client exists to enable every student at the University of Nottingham to fulfil their potential, meet their aspirations and to have the most incredible time at University.
Formally, they are a registered charity that acts as the recognised representative body of all students at the University, and every student is automatically a member free of charge. They support students to share and air their views on academic life and the wider University experience. They provide a huge range of social, cultural, sporting and recreational activities, including forums for discussions and debates, and opportunities for their personal development. They support opportunities for students to represent their opinions about University life, creating improvements wherever possible; they provide a comprehensive Advice Service to help students with academic, legal, financial and personal problems.
Our client employs over two hundred staff in its Commercial Services and Membership Services. Around half of their staff are students who balance work with their studies and social lives. Other staff work full-time, some are part-time and some are required only during term-time and thus work for just part of the year.
If you feel you are the right candidate for the role as their Digital Media Co-ordinator then please click ‘apply’ now! They’d love to hear from you!
Closing Date: 12.00 Noon Friday 20th October 2017
Interviews: Thursday 2nd November 2017
Please note, applications from agencies will not be accepted at this stage
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