Job description


  • Entry level
  • No Education
  • Salary £22,000.00 - £24,000.00 gross per year
  • Edinburgh


Permanent Marketing and Communications Coordinator - Midlothian - 24k

Your new company
A prestigious membership organisation based in Edinburgh. Due to market growth, a permanent Marketing and Communications Coordinator is needed for the UK business.

Your new role
You'll work with the Head of Membership and Communications who'll help you implement the marketing strategy. You'll successfully manage the content for the organisations website and social media platforms. Your primary responsibility is too increase online activity and brand awareness.

What you'll need to succeed
Your previous experience in a similar role will lead to your success. You will have a strong track record in delivering and implementing campaigns. You're creative and innovative and embody the brands that you represent. Your strong content management, digital marketing and social media skills will help define the organisations future success. You will have experience arranging and administering events up to 400 people.

What you'll get in return
You'll be offered a salary of £24k, plus 30 days holiday, on site parking, pension. You'll receive training and support and career opportunities are possible. You'll enjoy a exciting and creative environment with modern tool and technology to get your job done and a team of hardworking, ambitious, like-minded individuals supporting you.

What you need to do now
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